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$________ ________ VERDICT INCLUDING $________ IN PUNITIVE DAMAGES – Civil Rights – Excessive Use of Force – African American ________ alleged that he was racially discriminated against by actions of officers.
U.S. District Court, Connecticut (195779)
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________ VERDICT Civil Rights – Alleged excessive force during arrest – ________ claims unjustified use of Taser on legs caused burn injuries.
U.S. District Court, Southern, New York (195834)
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$________ RECOVERY – POLICE LIABILITY – EXCESSIVE FORCE – CITY SUED AFTER OFF-DUTY POLICE OFFICER FRACTURES MAN'S CHEEKBONE IN FIGHT – ALLEGED VIOLATION OF CIVIL RIGHTS.
U.S. District Court, Western, Pennsylvania (195979)
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________ VERDICT Civil Rights – Eighth Amendment – ________ severely beat ________ while arresting him – Excessive use of force – Cruel and unusual punishment – Denial of medical care – Two facial fractures – Jaw fracture – Contusions and abrasions.
U.S. District Court, Northern, Texas (195999)
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$________ RECOVERY – Excessive Use of Force – ________ suffered a fractured rib during an arrest for possession of burglary equipment.
U.S. District Court, Maine (195552)
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$________ VERDICT Civil Rights – 5 ft 6 in tall ________ walking in train station is stopped by officer after officer receives radio call reporting bank robbery approximately 1/2 hour earlier committed by African-American – Excessive force against ________ police officer – Cervical bulge – Injections.
Queens County, NY (195606)
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________ VERDICT Civil Rights Violations – Prisoner rights – ________ corrections officers use excessive force and assaults ________ – Violations of 42 U.S.C. § ________ – Eye laceration – Visual impairment – Contusions, abrasions and sprains.
U.S. District Court, Eastern, Texas (195666)
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$________ RECOVERY – POLICE LIABILITY – CIVIL RIGHTS – EXCESSIVE USE OF FORCE – WRONGFUL DEATH – UNARMED WOMAN SHOT DEAD BY DEPUTY.
U.S. District Court, Western, Texas (195672)
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$________ RECOVERY Civil Rights – Excessive use of force – Wrongful death of decedent and unborn child – ________ decedent was shot by ________ officer while decedent was trying to stop jumping driver out of moving vehicle – Wrongful death of 28-year-old pregnant woman
U.S. District Court, South Carolina (195277)
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$________ RECOVERY – POLICE LIABILITY – WOMAN SUFFERS SEVERE KNEE INJURY DURING ARREST – FRACTURED KNEE – SHEARED ARTERY.
Providence County, RI (195296)
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