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Security Law and Methods by James Pastor

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Off-Duty Police

03 CV 2571 (N.D. Ohio)

United States District Court, N.D. Ohio, Eastern

Division

JEFFREY SWIECICKI, ET AL., PLAINTIFFS v.

JOSE DELGADO, DEFENDANT.

July 13, 2005

Background

Plaintiffs Jeffrey Swiecicki and Scott Swiecicki filed suit in this court against Jose Delgado, alleging various constitutional violations under 42 U.S.C. Section 1983. Jeffrey Swiecicki and Scott Swiecicki both allege four identical Section 1983 claims: freedom of speech, freedom from seizure of person, arrest, or imprisonment without probable case, freedom from excessive force, and freedom from malicious prosecution.

Holding

Officer Delgado’s Motion for Summary Judgment will be granted as to all of the plaintiffs’ Section 1983 claims.

On 25 September ...

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