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CASE ENTRY

McCoy v. Meyers

Tenth Circuit: Qualified immunity for Hutchinson, Kan. police who pummeled a disarmed and allegedly unresisting (but not yet restrained) suspect and choked him unconscious. But no qualified immunity for pummeling and choking him out a second time—after he was handcuffed and zip-tied.


Tags: 2018, Police, Qualified Immunity, Tenth Circuit

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