Episode 199: The Right Not to be Framed and It’s Greek to Me.

In what may be the most obvious of examples of obvious constitutional violations, we discuss the right to not have the police put you in prison. Alexa Gervasi of IJ explains how this was too much even for qualified immunity to defeat, at least in the Third Circuit. And IJ’s Ryan Wilson explains why a case involving a Greek boat accident can go forward in Boston. No, the captain’s name was not Odysseus.

Dave Kennedy Fellowship; Litigation Fellowship

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Institute for Justice · Short Circuit 199 | The Right Not To Be Framed and It's Greek To Me

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