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Civil Rights – Excessive Force – Taser – Search Warrant Execution – Immunity – Municipality
Fordham v. Greenville Police Officer Doe Where plaintiff refused to comply with an officer’s instructions to get on the ground, the defendant police officer did not violate a clearly established constitutional right when he tasered plaintiff once. Defendants’ motion to dismiss is granted. Greenville police executed a search warrant of plaintiff’s home. Plaintiff’s friend, Monte Corey, answered the door. When he saw the police, Corey tried to keep the police out.