Texas Supreme Court justices rarely let either attorney complete a sentence as they raised questions during the argument this week over whether the University of the Incarnate Word has immunity from a lawsuit filed by a Baytown family whose  son was killed by a university police officer following a traffic stop in 2013.

Cameron Redus, 23, was fatally shot by University of the Incarnate Word officer Christopher Carter after Carter stopped him for alleged erratic driving near the San Antonio university. The late-night stop was off campus near the apartment where Redus lived. 

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