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Lawsuit Dismissed Against Kenosha Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake
Wounded Washington Deputies Sue Alleged Shooter

Facebook Sued Over Politically Motivated Murder of Officer

According to Facebook messages obtained by federal prosecutors, Carrillo met Robert Alvin Justus Jr., the driver of the vehicle from which he is alleged to have opened fire on Underwood, through Facebook groups for the Boogaloo movement.

January 7, 2022

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

Families of Slain Parkland Students to be Paid Millions in Settlement Over FBI Inaction
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against NC Officer Over Fatal OIS

Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against NC Officer Over Fatal OIS

In his ruling, Senior U.S. District Judge Graham Mullen said Kerl probably made errors on the day of the shooting. But under the law, he said, they were reasonable ones, making her immune to the claims in the lawsuit.

November 19, 2021

CO City to Pay $15 Million Over In-Custody Death

The tentative agreement amounts to roughly $15 million to be awarded to the family of Elijah McClain, KCNC-TV in Denver first reported Wednesday, citing three unnamed sources familiar with the negotiations.

November 18, 2021

Lawsuit Filed Against Tesla Over Autopilot Accident that Injured TX Officers

Group Funded by Jay-Z Sues Kansas Agency

Jay-Z's Team Roc filed a lawsuit in the district court of Wyandotte County, Kansas, on Monday against the Kansas City Police Department, accusing KCKPD of covering up alleged police misconduct.

September 22, 2021

Judge Halts MN's Updated Use of Force Standards

Originally, officers were authorized to use deadly force to “protect the peace officer or another from apparent death or great bodily harm.” But the updated language cut the word “apparent,” and added three requirements to justify that use of deadly force. Specifically, the officer must be able to articulate the threat and the danger must also be likely to occur unless an officer takes action.

September 14, 2021

New York Trooper Sues Buffalo Over Injuries Suffered in 2020 Riot
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