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The Petition of the Month for September 2013
The Supreme Court Press "Petition of the Month"TM for September 2013 is Michelle Stogner v. Chris Sturdivant and Brandt Mellerine. No. 12-30867 (5th Circuit, Feb. 2013) filed by Peter Q. John of The Q Law Firm of Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
Whether officers who brutally assaulted a person resulting in his death are entitled to qualified immunity, when the victim was not actively resisting, did not pose a physical threat, and was not fleeing, the specific requirements of the Fourth Amendment “objective reasonable” standard articulated by this Court in Graham v. Connor, 490 U.S. 386 (1989). Furthermore, whether the Court of Appeals erred when it stated that there was no distinction between active and passive resistance in justifying the use of police violence.