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Posts Tagged ‘police brutality’

Antonio Romanucci Elected Chair of the Police Misconduct Litigation Group

Posted on: August 14th, 2014 by Romanucci & Blandin
Antonio Romanucci Elected Chair of the Police Misconduct Litigation Group and Vice-Chair of the Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group for the American Association for Justice   Chicago, IL: Antonio Romanucci, principal of Romanucci & Blandin, LLC, a leading personal injury and civil trial practice law firm in Chicago, was elected Chair of the Police Misconduct Litigation Group and Vice-Chair of the Traumatic Brain Injury Litigation Group for the American Association for Justice ... Read More

Take Action against False Arrests in Chicago

Posted on: August 12th, 2014 by Romanucci & Blandin
If the police department has arrested you falsely and has deprived you of your freedom without having sufficient reason or authority to do so, the police officer responsible or the police department can potentially be sued.  Some people believe that they can only take action if they have been physically assaulted by a police officer in order to get compensation, but action can also be taken by hiring a personal injury attorney to help you with your false arrest case. Just last week, Tanisha ... Read More

Police Brutality Policy Changes in Chicago

Posted on: July 23rd, 2014 by Romanucci & Blandin
A new policy is going into place in Chicago that will make public any completed investigation of Chicago police misconduct instead of the incidents being treated as a personnel matter.  This policy brings with it the hope that there will be transparency within the police department that currently has a reputation for brutality and a having a strong code of silence. Just last month on Viralglobalnew.com, an article was published noting the top four most shocking cases of police brutality, and ... Read More

When is force deemed excessive?

Posted on: July 11th, 2014 by Romanucci & Blandin
  When is force deemed excessive?   This holiday weekend’s unprecedented violence may conjure up questions of excessive force and police brutality.  Among the victims of violence this weekend, five were at the hands of police officers.  As these incidents are under review and the families seek answers, we must examine when force is necessary and when allegations of police misconduct are warranted.   The challenge is that there is no absolute definition for “ex ... Read More

Cities are Restricting Police Chases after a Shooting in Cleveland

Posted on: July 10th, 2014 by Romanucci & Blandin
Cleveland police officers began pursuing Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams at 10:30pm on November 29, 2012.  The police chase required 62 police cars, 137 bullets, 13 shooting officers and ended in 2 fatalities.  The police suspected that Russell and Williams were involved in drug activity and the sound of their car backfiring led the police to believe they were being fired at.  There was no gun found in the car after the chase.  The driver, Russell, 43, had been shot 23 times and his pas ... Read More

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