SPRINGFIELD — State legislators are considering eliminating or limiting aspects of qualified immunity for law enforcement.Qualified immunity isn’t an explicit federal statute or law but a legal doctrine established in its current form by the U.S. Supreme Court in the 1982 case Harlow v. Fitzgerald which grants government officials immunity from civil suits in the course of their duties. It is most often used in cases of alleged police misconduct or brutality.At a joint hearing of the Senate Criminal Law and Public Safety …