Justices Rule For Police In Deadly Car Chase
Aided by video from police cruisers, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously Tuesday that police did not use excessive force when they shot and killed a driver and his passenger during a high-speed chase from Arkansas to Tennessee in 2004. The ruling continued a long line of decisions in which the conservative-leaning court has sided with law enforcement officials on issues such as searches and arrests. Already this year, the justices have ruled that defendants can lose their gun rights after committing an act of domestic violence, drivers can be stopped based on anonymous tips, and homes can be searched over the objections of a tenant.
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