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Seventh Circuit Recognizes Reckless Driving by Police Can Violate Fourteenth Amendment and Reinstates Failure-to-Train Monell Claim

Colin E. Flora | May 21st, 2021
Today’s discussion covers a great many recent decisions but focuses primarily on the Seventh Circuit’s important decision in Flores v. City of South Bend that helped refine Section 1983 Monell liability under the failure-to-train theory and reminded that reckless conduct may be sufficiently egregious for a jury to find conduct constituted actionable deliberate indifference.
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