Issue: Whether the court of appeals was correct when it held
that it was “categorically precluded” from reviewing the record as a whole to determine whether
plaintiff’s version of events, which the district
court held sufficient to defeat qualified immunity, was blatantly contradicted by the record such
that no reasonable jury could believe it; and (2) whether, if the court of appeals was required to review
the record as whole to determine whether
plaintiff’s version of events was blatantly contradicted
by the record such that the defendant deputies
were entitled to qualified immunity, a video or
audio recording (such as in Scott v. Harris) is the only evidence that is sufficient to overcome
conflicting version of events.
“I’m expecting a decision that is either all or nothing. And, I expect that the Court will rule that there is a constitutional right that protects same-sex couples’ right to marry.” Kenji Yoshino, Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law at New York University School of Law and author most recently of Marriage Equality […]
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Sigma Delta Chi
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National Press Club Award
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Silver Gavel Award
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American Gavel Award
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