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Police Immunity

The Sixth Circuit granted immunity to a Michigan police officer who was given sports tickets by a towing company owner who later disclosed the names of troopers he had given tickets to, finding the officer’s anger over the incident did not result in the removal of the towing company from the police force's rotation list.

CINCINNATI — The Sixth Circuit granted immunity to a Michigan police officer who was given sports tickets by a towing company owner who later disclosed the names of troopers he had given tickets to, finding the officer’s anger over the disclosure did not result in the removal of the towing company from the police force's rotation list.

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