Rare legal settlements demand officers pay too
Man who spent 27 years in prison exonerated of friend’s murder
Wrongfully convicted man awarded record amount
Alleged police-torture victim tastes freedom
Freed prisoner enjoys ‘first day of the rest of my life’
Ruling Tosses Parts of City Disorderly Conduct Law: Activists Sued After Being Arrested for Leafleting Near Armed Forces Recruiting Booth
Paraplegic claims indicted cops ridiculed him
Family of autistic boy sues city, police board
Man freed by clemency act: ‘I can breathe’
Cop accused of hitting handcuffed teen
Lawsuit claims cops lied about crash that killed 8-year-old
Clout-heavy contractor to pay $12 million in fraud settlement
Man imprisoned for nearly 25 years certified innocent
Exonerated man is taking Burge to court
Cops review time in custody: Ex-suspect’s suit says city police aren’t adhering to 48-hour limit
Glenview police board fires cop accused of lying at trial
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Topic: Police Misconduct
City is Defying FOIA Law by Refusing to Release Videos This morning a Cook County judge will hold a hearing to determine if the Chicago Police Department should be forced under the Illinois Freedom Of Information Act to release all videos surrounding the controversial July 14th police killing of South Shore barber Harith “Snoop” Augustus,… Read More
Video poking holes in the police version of events is available here. WICHITA, KS, 8/9/2018 – The family of 24-year-old Matthew Holmes, beaten and shot to death last August by a county sheriff’s deputy, and then beaten further while he lay dying, sued the McPherson and Harvey County, Kansas Sheriff’s Departments, City of Newton, and… Read More