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Sherbrooke v. City of Pelican Rapids, No. 08-2645

By FindLaw Staff on August 24, 2009 | Last updated on March 21, 2019

In a civil rights action brought against a city, its police chief and two police officers, district court's final judgment in favor of the defendants on all claims is affirmed where: 1) the district court properly dismissed defendant's claims for false arrest and malicious prosecution as his arrest was supported by probable cause; and 2) a conspiracy claim was correctly dismissed as defendant's sole contention was that the police officers conspired to commit the torts of false arrest and malicious prosecution. 

Sherbrooke v. City of Pelican Rapids, No. 08-2645

Appellate Information

Submitted: March11, 2009

Filed: August 24, 2009


Opinion by Colloton, Circuit Judge


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