Tag: #CivilRightsAct

Migliori v. Cohen

The Third Circuit framed the issues in this appeal as follows: Whether “a date on the outside of a mail-in ballot, required under state law, is material to the voter’s

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Groff v. DeJoy

The Third Circuit affirmed the order that granted summary judgment in favor of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) in this religious discrimination suit. Groff informed USPS that he was unable

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Jacobs v. Cumberland Co.

The Third Circuit affirmed the District Court’s denial of summary judgment in a case where corrections officers “gratuitously beat” a pretrial detainee. Jacobs got into a fight with another inmate

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Kengerski v. Harper

Kengerski, a Captain at the Allegheny County Jail, made a written complaint to the jail Warden alleging that a colleague had called his biracial grand-niece a “monkey” and then sent

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Peroza-Benitez v. Smith

In Peroza-Benitez v. Smith, Plaintiff sued members of the City of Reading Police Department pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983, alleging violations of his rights under the Fourth and Fourteenth

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Williams v. City of York

In Williams v. City of York, the 3rd Circuit ruled that three police officers were entitled to qualified immunity for claims of false arrest and excessive force.

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AmeriCare Emergency Med. Serv. v. Orange Twp.

After inspecting AmeriCare’s fleet of emergency medical vehicles, the State’s Department of Health, Office of Emergency Medical Services (OEMS) suspended the plaintiff’s license to operate. Before exhausting administrative remedies, AmeriCare

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