02 Mar Is a Gunshot Wound a Seizure?
Written by: Phil Friduss, Esq.
Out front right now is Torres v. Madrid, the pending Supreme Court case involving the suspect shot by the police who escaped – the question of whether a Fourth Amendment seizure being front and center. Below is a link to Sherry Colb’s (C.S. Wong Professor of Law at Cornell Law School) short piece arguing in favor of the answer being “yes.”