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California's Ninth Circuit Reaffirms TASER Ruling

December 02, 2010  | 

The Ninth Circuit federal appeals court agreed with a lower court's ruling that a Coronado (Calif.) Police officer used excessive force, when he used his TASER on a motorist during a traffic stop, reports the Los Angeles Times.

During the July 2005 incident, Carl Bryan, then 21, fell to the asphalt after being struck by the dart, breaking four teeth and suffering facial cuts. He later sued the Coronado Police Department and Officer Brian MacPherson.

Read the full story at LATimes.com.


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