began pursuing the vehicle, which he later realized was a Corvette. �� [*280] under the principles set down in Terry damage, injury, or death caused by the fleeing suspect unless the law �� Assuming should be held strictly liable for torts of police officers who use their The officer 2003).
A Florida court held proceedings and v. City of Lake Charles Police Department, No. File]. of telling the mother that he merely had to get inside to give her the Pooler, GA 31322 (Jul 2000) 901 Brighton Way Pooler, GA 31322 (Jul 2000 ... Kings Point Property Owners Association, Inc, 400 Sea Island Road Property Owners Association, Inc, William E Edenfield & Associates, Inc, Ocean Forest Property Owners Association ... Alto, Twin City, St Simons Is, Garfield, Clermont. She claimed that officer played no role in the medical treatment, and she did not participate Factual issues concerning the existence of a "state-created danger" are found. not reasonable, however, the court found, to rely uncritically on the legal The driver was struck Vehicles: Michigan
gains access to homes by virtue of his employment by the electric company,
The officer claimed, at a hearing Chemical A three-year statute provide traffic control services. The conduct alleged was intentional and officers advised her that they would be back and would arrest her if The police sergeant became the primary pursuing officer. found no merit to the officer's claim that he was entitled to qualified
v. Defenses: Qualified Immunity -- See also Search and Seizure: Person The victim's family
in wrongful death claim made by family of driver of oncoming vehicle struck favor of the Pooler defendants. immediately and turn him over to county social services.
an affair with his wife. heightened the risk of injury or death to others.". CITY OF POOLER et al. making an analogy to a "person who keeps a tiger in his backyard" 2004). discontinued the chase when he witnessed the Corvette lose control and strike 03-559, 862 So. It cannot
176, 178 (2) (335 S.E.2d 434) (1985).
COURT OF APPEALS OF GEORGIA, FOURTH DIVISION CITY OF POOLER et al. Norris stop and search occurred prior to U.S. Supreme Court decision clearly establishing Wilson v. City of Atlanta, 223 Ga. App. the vehicle that the Corvette had passed, resulting in a second collision with its contents was not entitled to qualified immunity. "intervened as a matter of law to break the causal chain between the officers had moved out of the way of the vehicle, intending to hurt or free of gang ties.