Nelson v. City of Davis: Campus Police Officers Who Injure Nonthreatening Students with Pepper Spray May be Committing a Constitutional Offense
by Richard Fossey — October 05, 2012
In Nelson v. City of Davis, the Ninth Circuit made clear that campus police officers who fire dangerous projectiles at non-threatening students are engaged in the use of unreasonable force.
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