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CASE ENTRY

Enoch v. Hogan

Allegation: Media, interested citizens convene impromptu press conference outside courtroom at criminal trial of former Hamilton County, Ohio judge. Police demand that two individuals, both African-American, stop filming and search their recording devices. They’re handcuffed, arrested, and bogus charges are filed against them. One loses her job because of the incident. Police do not interfere with the other press conferees, who are white. Sixth Circuit: No qualified immunity.


Tags: 2018, Police, Qualified Immunity, Sixth Circuit

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