Students discuss whether a person can sue a police officer for violating his or her civil rights. Professor Kenneth Peak explains that a person can sue under Title 42, section 1983 of the United States Code, which allows people who feel they have been unfairly treated or their rights have been violated to sue.
Student Perspectives: Policing and Civil Rights
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