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User: All dismissals because of speedy trial violations are with prejudice. A. True B. False

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User: According to the Supreme Court, the Fourth Amendment requires that the police take suspects detained without arrest warrants promptly to a judge or magistrate for a determination of probable cause. true or false?

User: true or false, Suing governmental bodies under Section 1983 is more complicated than suing individuals.

Weegy: false. Call 24/7 | Message Us for a Fast Response United States Code Section 1983 & Civil Rights Litigation California Civil Rights Lawyers inShare follow us like us watch us +1 us email link print An emotionally disturbed man gets his eye [ shot out by cops. A traffic violator is mauled by a police dog. A prisoner is locked naked in an outdoor cage in the middle of winter. What do these incidents have in common besides police abuse? Each victim sought redress through the federal civil rights statute known as Section 1983. Passed in the aftermath of slavery, this law allows people to sue cops and prison guards for constitutional violations like excessive force. We represent victims of police abuse. Our California Civil Rights Lawyers have spent their professional lives in all aspects of the justice system. We can help you tell YOUR side of the story.1 This article is an introduction to Section 1983. If you have questions after reading it, we invite you to contact our California Civil Rights Lawyers for a consultation. This article covers: 1. What is Section 1983? 2. When do I have a Section 1983 case? 3. Who can I sue under Section 1983? 4. What are the defenses to a Section 1983 action? 5. What can I win in a 1983 lawsuit? (Click on a title to proceed directly to that section) 1. What is Section 1983? United States Code Section 1983 is a law that allows people whose constitutional rights have been violated by government officials the chance to sue those officials in court. In fact, it's such an important law that entire books have been written about it. Here is what the law says: Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress...2 ]
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