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09-1878 Hill v. Coppleson

Civil Rights Prosecutorial immunity Where it is not clear whether a prosecutor was acting in the role of an advocate or an investigator, the court lacks jurisdiction to review a district court's holding that the prosecutor is not immune from a claim that he was coerced into confessing to a crime he didn't commit. "Rogers now asks this ...

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