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10th Circuit: Prisoner who was victim of unprovoked assault by Denver sheriff’s deputy failed to allege Section 1983 municipal liability claim

Anthony Waller, a criminal defendant, was at a hearing in a courtroom inside the Denver city jail. He politely and calmly addressed the judge about his disagreement with the State’s case against him. Suddenly, a deputy sheriff spun Mr. Waller … Continue reading

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Tenth Circuit says woman’s statements may constitute “true threats” against abortion doctor

In United States v. Dillard, the Tenth Circuit has reversed the dismissal of a civil enforcement action under the Freedom of Access to Clinic Entrances Act, which prohibits (among other things) using threats of force to interfere with abortion clinics. Angel Dillard, … Continue reading

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