Task force considers changes to qualified immunity for Illinois law enforcement officers
Court doctrine grants police protection from civil lawsuits for certain discretionary actions
Posted on October 8, 2021
Capitol News Illinois
SPRINGFIELD – A new state task force continued discussions Thursday as to what changes could be made to the way state law approaches qualified immunity for law enforcement officers.
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