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Jury Awards $67 Million to Family of Austin Man Killed by Police

Jurors found that both officers' actions were "objectively unreasonable ... such as that no reasonable officer could have believed that the shooting was lawful," according to court documents. The amount of damages was based on physical pain, mental anguish, loss of companionship, and punitive damages.

December 16, 2021

Lawsuit Filed Against Tesla Over Autopilot Accident that Injured TX Officers
TX Deputies Indicted for Manslaughter Over 2019 In-Custody Death

TX Deputies Indicted for Manslaughter Over 2019 In-Custody Death

Former Williamson County sheriff's Deputies J.J. Johnson and Zach Camden are charged with manslaughter after they chased Javier Ambler II, 40, in a 2019 pursuit that started because he failed to dim his headlights, and then used Tasers on him repeatedly while he gasped that he could not breathe and had congestive heart failure. Ambler died minutes later.

March 31, 2021

Austin Officer Charged with Murder Over On-Duty Shooting

Woman Who Had Tampon Removed in Search Gets $205,000

A woman who had a feminine hygiene product removed from her genitals during a search by an officer with the San Antonio Police Department in 2016 has received a $205,000 payout from the city.

October 18, 2019

Video: Injured Veteran Texas Officer Fights City for Recovery Pay
Texas Executes Inmate whose Escape and Crime Spree Led to Officer's Murder

Ax-Wielding Man Accused of Causing OIS in Texas

Officers with the Laredo (TX) Police Department responded to calls of a man wielding an ax in a threatening manner, arriving at the scene to find a man fitting that description.

November 16, 2018

Video: New Texas Law Requires Students to View Video on Safely Interacting with Police
Judge: Man Who Killed Texas Chief Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity
Texas City Settles “Pool Party Incident” Lawsuit

Texas City Settles “Pool Party Incident” Lawsuit

The City of McKinney (TX) announced that it has settled a lawsuit filed on behalf of Dajerria Becton, the bikini-clad teenager who was seen on a viral video being taken to the ground by McKinney Police Officer Eric Casebolt.

June 22, 2018

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