Police officer asks middle-aged couple in a rural community to check on a neighbor who called 911. Couple are told 911 call was weather related. However, this was a gross misrepresentation. Couple walk in on an active murder scene and are violently attacked by an assailant with a taser and large hunting knife. Couple are severely injured; neighbors are dead; and, attacker dies in a high-speed police chase. County claims that couple’s only remedy is worker’s compensation because they were acting as the County’s “posse” at the time of the attack. Yes, this is a true story. Will the couple receive justice from the California Supreme Court?

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