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Rehberg v. Paulk

Written by olsonaplc-300

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

The Supreme Court allows certain government individuals to be absolutely immune from suit because maybe the individual has high authority in a business or government and if he got a law suit, it would change the economy or the nation.  The individual which has received a suit, could change his views on subjects and try to convince citizens what he believes.  He then could begin to change government.  No it would not change my answer learning that Congress passed Section 1983 in large part as a response to violent Ku Klux Klan problems in the South after the Civil War.  There are some people that do big things and when one little mistake comes up, there is always someone trying to and a suit on them or get them is trouble and if they lost money they may leave their job and stuff might happen that would have if he was still there.  Some people take this out of hand and think that they can do whatever they want and get away with it without getting in trouble at all.  Those people should liable to citizens.  The government officials are suppose hold the view of their citizens so they should be liable to them.  Some police officers believe that they can do a lot of stuff since they are part of the law and get away with it.


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