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Official Immunity and Section 1983

Written by olsonaplc-3ce

School: Sioux Central
Class: Olson:APLC
Grade: 11th

In Section 1983, it claims that anyone who is of a different color break any law against them or are “caused to be subjected” (Section 1983), will be held accountable for any mistakes that are made. Within the criteria that is said in the describing paragraph of this section wants to know why in the government just because someone has or knows someone that is part of the in crowd, they are not in trouble for something they should be in trouble for. It asked, “why do you think the Supreme Court allows certain government individuals to be absolutely immune from suit?” This happens all the time, everything that is being said in the Rehberg v. Paulk case, is unfair to Rehberg. This cases is being compared to the Ku Klux Klan issue right after the Civil war. The Section 1983 law was passed to


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