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During oral arguments March 4, Justice Antonin Scalia was skeptical of the argument by the suspect’s family that the officers’ conduct violated clearly established law. “I can’t see how the fleeing felon who put the passenger in danger can say, ‘You shouldn’t have shot because you hurt my passenger,’” he said. (AP photo)
During oral arguments March 4, Justice Antonin Scalia was skeptical of the argument by the suspect’s family that the officers’ conduct violated clearly established law. “I can’t see how the fleeing felon who put the passenger in danger can say, ‘You shouldn’t have shot because you hurt my passenger,’” he said. (AP photo)

High court takes up high-speed chase case

The justices were vocally skeptical of the argument by the suspect’s family that the officers’ conduct violated clearly established law.

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