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  1. But citizens' groups, especially those made up of ethnic or racial minorities, often oppose the way police officers employ force. They claim that police regularly overstep the bounds of necessity. Consider the following example. Too much. Officer Smith and his partner observe Delany punch someone outside a bar and then run away. The officers ...

  2. Apr 20, 2021 · But sometimes police overstep their bounds and obtain evidence through unlawful means. When the police break the law, the defense attorney can ask the judge to disregard any illegally-obtained evidence. This is called a motion to suppress evidence. If the judge grants this motion, the prosecution might have to dismiss the drug crime charges for ...

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  3. Aug 14, 2019 · Under Article 32 of Indian constitution, 1950 any person can move to the Supreme Court of India for enforcement of his Fundamental Rights conferred under part III of the Indian Constitution. Article 32 empowers Supreme court to issue a direction, order or writ of any of its five types for enforcement of fundamental right.

  4. His privilege of 'fair comment' for expressions of opinion depends on the truth of the facts upon which the comment is based. Parsons v. Age-Herald Publishing Co., 181 Ala. 439, 450, 61 So. 345, 350 (1913). Unless he can discharge the burden of proving truth, general damages are presumed, and may be awarded without proof of pecuniary injury.

  5. Oct 12, 2021 · Where the anti-corruption commissions go beyond the legal boundaries of their roles, the courts will police it. For example, in 2015, the High Court shut down an investigation against crown ...

  6. Dec 04, 2013 · The search took a violent turn just hours later when brothers Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev allegedly shot and killed an MIT police officer and then exchanged fire with police as they tried to escape in a hijacked SUV. Tamerlan, 26, was killed in the fracas; his younger brother, Dzhokhar, 19, managed to escape.

  7. "The decisions have, indeed, always imposed as a limitation upon the immunity that the official's act must have been within the scope of his powers; and it can be argued that official powers, since they exist only for the public good, never cover occasions where the public good is not their aim, and hence that to exercise a power dishonestly is ...

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