David Marshall, et al v. City of Farmington Hills, et al


OPINION filed: We AFFIRM the grant of summary judgment on Marshall s Fourth and First Amendment claims and on the state-law false arrest claim, and REVERSE the grant of summary judgment on governmental immunity grounds on Marshall s state-law assault and battery claims, and Chandra Marshall s derivative loss-of-consortium claim. On remand, the district court is free to reconsider its exercise of supplemental jurisdiction over the remaining state claims; decision not for publication. Richard Allen Griffin (concurring in part and dissenting in part), Helene N. White (authoring), and Bernice Bouie Donald, Circuit Judges. *Opinion resent on 6/1/17: Two edits appearing in red print on page 18 of the opinion have been incorporated in black print.--[Edited 06/01/2017 by CL]

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Case: 15-2380 Document: 45-1 Filed: 06/01/2017 Page: 1 UNITED STATES COURT OF APPEALS FOR THE SIXTH CIRCUIT 100 EAST FIFTH STREET, ROOM 540 POTTER STEWART U.S. COURTHOUSE CINCINNATI, OHIO 45202-3988 Deborah S. Hunt Clerk Tel. (513) 564-7000 www.ca6.uscourts.gov Filed: June 1, 2017 Mr. Michael L. Stefani Mr. Frank J. Rivers Law Offices 512 E. Eleven Mile Road Third Floor Royal Oak, MI 48067 Ms. Marcelyn A. Stepanski Johnson, Rosati, Schultz & Joppich 27555 Executive Drive Suite 250 Farmington Hills, MI 48331-3550 Re: Case No. 15-2380, David Marshall, et al v. City of Farmington Hills, et al Originating Case No. : 2:08-cv-13257 Dear Counsel: The Court issued the enclosed Opinion today in this case. Sincerely yours, s/Renee M. Jefferies Case Manager Direct Dial No. 513-564-7021 cc: Mr. David J. Weaver Enclosure Mandate to issue

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