Opinion | The Supreme Court invented qualified immunity. Now, a judge’s blistering opinion shows why it must go.
POLITICS
August 5, 20204 min read, 859 words

Opinion | The Supreme Court invented qualified immunity. Now, a judge’s blistering opinion shows why it must go.Opinion | The Supreme Court invented qualified immunity. Now, a judge’s blistering opinion shows why it must go.

Published: August 5, 2020  |  4 min read, 859 words
U.S. District Court Judge Carlton Reeves couldn’t do justice for the plaintiff in his court, who had sued over police abuse. The Supreme Court won’t let him. So Reeves issued an opinion that dutifully followed the law — and blistered the justices for the all-but-insurmountable ba...
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