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Ex wife tried to stop a previous patition for order of protection, and was beat to the pavment by local police officer.

1 Answers. Asked on Mar 16th, 2017 on Civil Rights - Arkansas
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She previously filed for an order of protection that she didnt fully understand. Later after carfully explained to Her she wanted to stop it and the police officer said she was being disorderly, and resisted arrest. 2 first responders for the fire Department and another police officer all say in they're reports. That the officer used accessive force and should lose his job and never should be able to be in law enforrcments again.
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Answered on Mar 17th, 2017 at 12:41 PM

You need an attorey to review the facts of this case, including any written reports of the witnesses. Regardless of the order of protection business, excessive force used to acomplish an arrest is unconstitutional and should be looked into.

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