City of Jackson v. Gray, et al

MS S.Ct.: no reckless disregard found for officers involved in wrongful death pursuit case

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The Mississippi Supreme Court, under a "totality of the circumstances" review, finds that a police department involved in a pursuit -- wherein the person being chased ultimately struck a third party vehicle, injuring two and killing one -- did not act with reckless disregard and was thus not liable.

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