In all of these instances, immunity is granted to the person responsible for the damage.This level of immunity can be characterized as having the following traits:

1) The person that is harmed is not fully at fault for the damage.

2) The person harmed is harmed with disregard for the rights of the person. For example the person's property or the property of a loved one is damaged, or taken or the person suffers one of the following types of harm: the person is killed; raped; injured; the person's business is stolen or damaged; the person is falsely accused; the person's reputation is damaged; or the person's children are hurt, taken or damaged.

3) The violation should have been highly visible in the community, yet the official receiving immunity was able to control the press and suppress the incident either before or after the granting of immunity.

Judicial immunity denying a jury trial for libel and slander.

Sovereign immunity denying trial on contract claim

Trade secretes and contract claim denied hearing before jury

Property damage ---sovereign immunity--- no hearing

Accidental Death---no jury trial

Property damage---immunity granted