Reichle v. Howards

CIVIL RIGHTS — § 1983 — Free Speech — Immunity

New Jersey Law Journal


Secret Service agents are entitled to qualified immunity here because, at the time of respondent's arrest, it was not clearly established that an arrest supported by probable cause could give rise to a First Amendment violation.

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