Police, The Fourth Amendment, Qualified Immunity

MALDONADO v. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Civil Action No. 11-1473 (BAH) (United States District Court, District of Columbia, February 21, 2013)

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The plaintiff also alleges that, following his detention, the Defendant Officers “became violent and excessively physical” while one of his associates—Marcus Moulcrie—tried to explain to the officers that the plaintiff had not been involved in the physical altercation. . . . . Relatedly, the plaintiff claims that Moulcrie tried to record the arrest on his cellular phone—which led to Moulcrie’s arrest and the confiscation of his phone—and, after Moulcrie’s phone was returned to him, “all saved pictures and video had been removed.”

Written by Burgers Allday

February 24, 2013 at 9:33 am

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