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Point of Law: SCOTUS’ Ruling on Malicious Prosecution

What does the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in Thompson v Clark mean for you.

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Lawsuit Dismissed Against Kenosha Officer Who Shot Jacob Blake

Federal court records show Blake and Officer Rusten T. Sheskey came to an agreement through their attorneys that the suit be dismissed with prejudice and without costs or fees to either party.

IN Attorney General Suing Black Lives Matter Over Use of Donations

The lawsuit demands BLM respond to investigative demands filed in February of this year.

Supreme Court Makes It Easier to Sue for Malicious Prosecution

On Monday, the Supreme Court sided 6-to-3 with Thompson in declaring that he did not have to show an "affirmative indication of innocence."

Retired Officer Denied Qualified Immunity in 2017 Case Alleging Use of TASER on Suspect's Testicles

Johnny Wheatcroft and his family sued the city of Glendale, then-Officer Matthew Schneider and two other officers in 2018, claiming Schneider repeatedly used a TASER on Wheatcroft after he was handcuffed and detained following a traffic stop.

Wounded Washington Deputies Sue Alleged Shooter

“They were met with shotgun blasts to the face,” said Daniel Horne, the attorney for both deputies.

Woman Sues LAPD, Airport Police Over Mistaken Identity Arrest

Farber and the wanted woman -- also named Bethany Farber -- "had nothing in common besides their name. (The plaintiff) is a young woman with long, blonde hair, while the other woman is older with short brown hair," according to the complaint.

Philadelphia FOP Sues City Over Driving Equity Bill

"These stops, they lead to bigger things, they find guns, they find drugs, it leads to bigger things. Whether you're black, whether you're white, whether you're Asian, whether you're Hispanic, obey the law. Get behind the wheel of a legally safe car and you'll be fine."

NY Trooper Alleges Sexual Harassment in Federal Lawsuit Against Cuomo, State Police

The trooper alleged Cuomo subjected her to sexual remarks and on occasion ran his hand or fingers across her stomach and her back.

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AL Judge Issues $3.2M Verdict in Pursuit Crash Case

The judge’s order states the officer “negligently failed to seek or obtain authorization for this high-speed chase as required by the applicable policies and regulations of the Birmingham Police Department."

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