Government Misconduct

Although police misconduct is a common example of government misconduct, other forms of misconduct of government departments and agencies are also subject to constitutional scrutiny.  For instance, if a government department or agency conducts surveillance or wiretapping regarding an individual’s political activity and obtains an individual’s private data such as telephone records and contact lists without or in excess of its proper authority, then the government violates that individual’s constitutional Fourth Amendment rights and other rights to privacy and due process.

Police Misconduct.  Most common cases of police misconduct are cases of illegal search and seizure, false arrest, interference with the free exercise of First Amendment rights, racial profiling, malicious prosecution, harassment, and the use of excessive force.

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