United States Seventh Circuit

Reset A A Font size: Print

Junkert v. Massey, 09-2908

In an attorney's 42 U.S.C. section 1983 suit claiming that searches of her law office and residence for stolen laptop computers and controlled substances violated her Fourth Amendment rights, judgment against plaintiff pursuant to a jury verdict is affirmed as an affidavit was not so deficient that any reasonably well-trained officer would have known that probable cause was lacking, requiring the second-guessing of the judge's authorization, and thus, the officer has a qualified immunity defense against the attorney's section 1983 suit.

Appellate Information

  • Argued 02/08/2010
  • Decided 06/21/2010
  • Published 06/21/2010

Judges

  • TINDER, Circuit Judge., Before BAUER, EVANS, and TINDER, Circuit Judges.

Court

  • United States Seventh Circuit

Counsel

  • For Appellant:
  • Kenneth N. Flaxman, Attorney, Chicago, IL, for Plaintiff-Appellant.

  • For Appellees:
  • David A. Bailie, Attorney, Kenneth D. Reifsteck, Attorney, Thomas, Mamer & Haughey, Champaign, IL, for Defendant-Appellee.