No. 94-1120.

40 F.3d 255 (1994)

Michael COLEMAN, and all others similarly situated, Appellant, v. William WATT, City of Little Rock, Arkansas, Appellees. American Civil Liberties Union of Arkansas, Inc., Amicus Curiae.

United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

Decided October 25, 1994.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Gregory E. Bryant, Little Rock, AR, for appellant.

Paul D. White, Little Rock, AR, for appellees.

Before FAGG, Circuit Judge, HEANEY, Senior Circuit Judge, and LOKEN, Circuit Judge.

HEANEY, Senior Circuit Judge.

The central issue raised on this appeal is whether any of Michael Coleman's federal constitutional rights were violated when his car was seized and held for eight weeks by the Little Rock Police Department pursuant to a mandatory impoundment order issued by Municipal Court Judge William Watt. Coleman's suit against the City of Little Rock and Judge Watt was dismissed for failure to state a claim upon which relief can be granted. The district...


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