Tag Archives: police brutality lawsuits

“Cases and controversies: Racial disparities in law enforcement practices”

From SCOTUS blog, more and deeper judicial exegeses on police excessive use of force and the apparent disparity on how different races are treated by the police. The sentence that will blow you away: What these cases show is that, … Continue reading

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Two newspaper opinion pieces on the Eric Garner case

Yesterday’s New York Times’ opinion page published an intelligent explication from two law students, Shakeer Rahman and Sam Barr, about the “legal rules that enable police violence.” It begins with one pertinent case and one strong-minded victim who tried to … Continue reading

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You are born, et cetera

Introducing an original idea:prepare for lawsuits long before you sense you’ll be involved in one. Continue reading

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