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This is potentially a civil rights violation, or even medical malpractice. The analysis can also change depending on if you or someone else appeared to be truly in danger. The different rights and obl ...Read more

In order to issue a garnishment, you would have been sued. In the trial of this lawsuit, you would have had the opportunity to tell the judge why you did not owe the debt. If you chose not t ...Read more

The demands must be in writing and must be specific and reasonable. You should also make the same written demands upon the hotel and bar in order that the tapes be preserved. Time is of the essence. T ...Read more

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Birmingham-based health care firm named in lawsuit over inmate death from alleged starvation

Birmingham-based health care firm named in lawsuit over inmate death from alleged starvation from al.com http://www.al.com/news/index.ssf/2016/05/birmingham-based_company_named.html Simon W. J ... Read more

City of Indianapolis settles wrongful imprisonment lawsuit

City of Indianapolis settles wrongful imprisonment lawsuit from personalinjury.com http://www.personalinjury.com/news/city-indianapolis-settles-wrongful-imprisonment-lawsuit Simon W. Johnson swj@swjla ... Read more

PHILADELPHIA CIVIL RIGHTS LAWYERS: TRANSGENDER HIGH SCHOOL RESTROOMS

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit handed down a favorable decision Tuesday for a Virginia teenager who has taken the fight against transgender discrimination in his high school to federal ... Read more

Court: Police Can’t Taser Subdued Arrestee

Police cannot continue to Taser subdued suspect; decision will impact law in Oklahoma, Kansas, New Mexico, Utah, Colorado and Wyoming.  Learn more at Bryan & Terrill here.  

No Trespassing sign won’t keep police off your yard. Will a moat?

A new decision from the Tenth Circuit discusses the effectiveness of No Trespassing signs in keeping the police off your yard.    Learn more at Bryan & Terrill Law here. 

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