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How qualified immunity protects police officers accused of wrongdoing

By Ronnie R. Gipson Jr., Assistant Professor of Law, University of Memphis
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Police officers who kill, injure or violate the rights of citizens are often not held accountable, even in civil court – because in most cases, they can't be sued for official acts.

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