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Ice Cream Makers Launch Campaign to Make It Easier to Sue Police

CA Attorney General Launches Civil Rights Investigation of LASD

Under the California Constitution and California Civil Code section 52.3, the AG is authorized to conduct civil investigations into whether a law enforcement agency has engaged in a pattern or practice of violating state or federal law.

January 22, 2021

Sentence Reduced for CO Man who Killed Cop as Juvenile
LA County DA Wants to Drop Special Circumstances Against Accused Cop Killer
Judge Holds Seattle Police in Contempt Over Use of Less-Lethal Weapons at Protests
Lawsuit Accuses Chicago Officers of Brutalizing, Violating Rights of 60 Protesters
New L.A. County DA Reopens 4 Fatal Officer-Involved Shooting Cases
Judge Denies Former Minneapolis Officers a Change of Venue in Floyd Trial
North Carolina Chief, Sheriff Sued Over Election March Incident

North Carolina Chief, Sheriff Sued Over Election March Incident

Lt. Daniel Sisk, a spokesman for the Graham police, told reporters Sunday that no one was directly pepper-sprayed in the face and it was the crowd that "became violent" after police were concerned about safety from the gasoline generators used for the march.

November 4, 2020

Laser Pointers Banned from Public Gatherings in Los Angeles