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ALLEGES SEXUAL BATTERY BY GUARDS While Trying to Visit Inmate Husband

12:18 PM PT -- The alleged victim, a woman named Christina, says she went to visit her husband in September 2019 for a weekend of “love and laughter,” but was instead met with hostility by California Correctional Institution officers who she claims bullied her, forced her into demeaning situations and ultimately ... sexually violated her. Christina says she’s still in shock over the ordeal, and has been left feeling debilitated, frozen, helpless, baffled and outraged. She insists she was innocent of any wrongdoing, and says she's a victim of abuse of power at the hands of the CCI officers and has been left battered … something she [...]

2020-06-26T13:31:55+00:00June 22nd, 2020|

Police Brutality Protestors Seek out Damages From City Of LA, LAPD For Therapy Throughout Arrests – Los Angeles

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Attorneys representing a group known as Reality Appreciate Justice mentioned their consumers have begun filing claims towards the city of Los Angeles and LAPD for damages relating to the arrests and remedy of protestors. The protestors participated in demonstrations towards police brutality from May well 30 to June three, which have been sparked by the May well 25 deadly arrest of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Attorneys John Carpenter and Sara Azari mentioned they will pursue a lot more claims on behalf of protestors who have been arrested for failing to disperse or violating curfew. “The path to justice begins with the truth,” Carpenter mentioned. “When the government enacts and enforces an [...]

2020-06-26T13:23:21+00:00June 7th, 2020|

Justice for Protesters

Attorneys representing a group called Truth Love Justice said their clients began filing claims for damages today against Los Angeles and its police department regarding the arrests and treatment of protesters from May 30 to June 3. The protesters participated in demonstrations against police brutality during that time, which were spurred by the May 25 death of George Floyd, killed by Minneapolis police officers and a subsequent video shared widespread on social media of him saying, “I can't breathe,'' before he died.

2020-06-29T11:09:48+00:00June 3rd, 2020|

Children of Single Mother awarded $45 million in Wrongful Death Lawsuit

A jury Friday awarded $45 million in damages to the four children of one of two women killed when an intoxicated driver being chased by the CHP crashed into a crowd at a taco truck in Boyle Heights during a 2012 chase. A Los Angeles Superior Court jury deliberated for about an hour before finding that both Elba Jimenez, who was behind the wheel of the car that smashed into the two victims, and Maria Elena Rodriguez, who owned the vehicle her longtime girlfriend was driving, were jointly liable in the June 16, 2012, death of Claudia Fernandez. The lawsuit was filed in June 2013 [...]

2020-06-30T03:02:31+00:00September 3rd, 2016|