REF 342.73088 C694s
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Introduction -- Monroe and the modern 1983 action -- Parratt and the scope of due process -- Excessive force, private violence, and 1983 -- Enforcing rights under federal "laws" through 1983 -- Municipal liability -- State sovereign immunity -- Personal immunities -- Damages and 1983 -- Injunctions and declaratory relief -- Attorney's fees -- Choice of law and 1983 -- Section 1983 in the state courts -- Preclusion and 1983 -- Abstention and related doctrines -- Habeas Corpus and prisoner litigation -- Bivens and federal officer liability -- Jurisdiction and procedure.
Monroe and the modern [sec.] 1983 action
Parratt and the scope of due process
Excessive force, private violence, and [sec.] 1983
Enforcing rights under federal "laws" through [sec.] 1983
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