Read the four biggest cases challenging qualified immunity

Tomorrow, the Supreme Court will decide whether one or more of the ten cases challenging qualified immunity will go forward.  And on Tuesday morning, that decision will be released to the public.

The facts of these cases speak for themselves: whether it’s shooting a child in the leg or filling a home with tear gas, public officials have used qualified immunity as a shield to deny injured parties the right to recovery.  Read about the four biggest cases here:

Baxter v. Bracey

Corbitt v. Vickers

West v. Winfield

Zadeh v. Robinson