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Courts have repeatedly declined to allow causes of actions under the Constitution when Plaintiffs’ constitutional rights are violated by government officials. In this article, Grace Panicola discusses a pocket of governmental immunity that creates serious implications for Plaintiffs as they ultimately face inadequate remedies.
Constitutional Law | Courts | Fourth Amendment | Judges | Law | Supreme Court of the United States
Panicola, Grace, "Where There Is a Right, There Is a Remedy—Or Is There?" (2022). SLU Law Journal Online. 106.