White v Pauly

White and two other officers sought review of the 10th Circuit decision affirming denial of qualified immunity. The court summarily reversed in a per curium opinion. It held that at the time of the incident, there was no clearly established law requiring an officer who arrives late to a scene to given warning before firing at a suspect who points a gun at the officer. Ginsberg added a concurrence noting denial of qualified immunity may still be appropriate in this case based on other arguments not considered below.