No. 22-2001.

60 F.4th 596 (2023)

Roxanne TORRES, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. Janice MADRID, a New Mexico police investigations bureau officer; Richard Williamson, a New Mexico State police investigations bureau officer, Defendants-Appellees. Constitutional Accountability Center; Institute for Justice, Amici Curiae.

United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit.

FILED February 17, 2023.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Kelsi Brown Corkran , Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection ( Mary B. McCord and Seth Wayne , Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection, and Eric D. Dixon , Attorney and Counselor at Law, P.A., with her on the briefs), Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC, for Plaintiff-Appellant.

Christina L. G. Brennan ( James P. Sullivan with her on the brief), Brennan & Sullivan, P.A., Santa Fe, NM, for Defendant-Appellees.

Before HARTZ, McHUGH, and MORITZ, Circuit Judges.

Plaintiff Roxanne Torres appeals the summary judgment in favor of Defendants Janice Madrid and Richard Williamson, agents of the New Mexico State Police Investigations Bureau. The encounter between Ms. Torres and Defendants lasted only 14 seconds. But it has raised at least three subtle Fourth Amendment and qualified-immunity...

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