Williams v. Holley: Defendant, a police officer named Holley, sought qualified immunity in an altercation that ended in the death of plaintiff’s father, Cletis. Holley attempted arrest Cletis based on multiple warrants for non-violent misdemeanors. According to defendant, Cletis used Holley’s taser on Holley’s left shoulder. Defendant also claimed that Cletis was on top of him, he shot Cletis in the stomach, and then again in the hand when Cletis grabbed the barrel of the gun. Once Holley got Cletis off of him, Holley claims Cletis came at him aggressively, prompting Holley to shoot Cletis four times at a range under three feet. Evidence presented in court cast doubts to the claims that Cletis used the taser on Holley and that Holley fired the four rounds less than three feet away. Because of these inconsistencies, the district court viewed the disputable facts favorable to the plaintiff, invoking Tolan v. Cotton and Edwards v. Byrd.