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No Immunity for Arresting Deputy (access required)

A deputy sheriff who arrested a woman who appeared at a hospital for treatment of a dog bite, for allegedly withholding information about the dog’s location, does not have qualified immunity from the woman’s suit alleging malicious prosecution, says a Richmond U.S. District Court. Defendant deputy contends the facts developed at trial require reconsideration of the ...

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