WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has decided that it will not review the appropriateness of stun guns used by police on suspects.
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The high court on Tuesday refused to hear appeals from police in Hawaii and Washington, or people who got stun-gunned by officers.
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The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said officers could not be sued in federal court. But judges also said officers used excessive force by using stun guns.