Where a deputy, who sexually assaulted a woman, brought claims including unreasonable search and seizure and municipal liability against a sheriff and the county, prior instances of sexual misconduct were not similar in kind or sufficiently egregious to show a pattern of sexual assault by deputies, so the sheriff was entitled to qualified immunity in ...
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