The Qualified Immunity Defense: What's “Clearly Established” and What's Not

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Touro Law Review, ISSN: 8756-7326, Vol: 24, Issue: 3, Page: 4

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2014
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https://digitalcommons.tourolaw.edu/lawreview/vol24/iss3/4
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Blum, Karen M.
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Blum; Karen Blum; qualified immunity; officials; Section 1983; qualified immunity defense; Harlow v. Fitzgerald; Harlow; Fitzgerald; public officials being sued; public officials; reasonable person; extraordinary circumstances; reliance on advice of counsel; reliance on prosecutor; Connecticut ex rel. Blumenthal v. Crotty; Crotty; reliance on a statute; Boles v. Neet; Boles; Neet; prison Warden; regulation; Lawrence v. Reed; Lawrence; Reed; qualified immunity analysis; constitutional question first; constitutional-question-first; Civil Rights and Discrimination; Constitutional Law
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By Karen M. Blum, Published on 04/10/14