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5.108 documents for civil assault and battery
  • WEST COVINA >> City officials settled for $200,000 with a man and his elderly aunt who accused officers of beating and shocking the pair in the living room of their home. The settlement came after an attorney for the residents lodged a civil suit against the city and the department for "civil rights violations, including assault and battery, unlawful search and seizure, and imprisonment," according to a release issued by Justin Sterling, the Espinosa's attorney.

  • In a civil assault and battery case, opinion testimony by a police officer regarding an issue of fact was not prejudicial where the defendant made an admission to the officer corroborating the officer’s opinion testimony; testimony by the plaintiff regarding a diagnosis of a concussion was not prejudicial where the jury heard testimony of an alternate injury sustained by plaintiff.

  • A man tased after a traffic stop in February 2009 was awarded $50,000 last week through a civil lawsuit against two Columbia police officers. The case was dismissed with prejudice in Missouri's Western District U.S. Court through mediation, with each party ordered to bear its own fees and court costs. The suit alleged violations of civil rights, negligence, assault and battery.

  • A Southaven couple have filed a federal lawsuit accusing the city and Southaven police officers of violating their constitutional rights and using excessive force during a burglary investigation last year. The complaint, which alleges false arrest, assault and battery and civil rights violations, was filed March 17 at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Mississippi by Southaven attorney Philip Stroud of the Stroud Law Firm. The suit was just announced.

  • English, a social worker, filed an assault-and battery civil suit against [Flav]. A process server dropped the papers off with a doorman of their building. Flav never responded, later claiming he hadn't received the papers. A default judgement of $850,000 was issued against him in 1997 for civil assault and battery - $350,000 in compensatory damages and $500,000 in punitive damages. With interest accumulating over 10 years, lawyers for English say the amount has risen to $1.8 million. Flav's lawyer estimates the sum to be $1.4 million. You can't help but think of the Brady Bunch episode when Peter's puberty issues conflicted with an important concert, forcing Greg to write a song that embraced his brother's deepening voice, When it's Time to Change (You've Got to Rearrange). Personall...

  • In a civil assault and battery case, opinion testimony by a police officer regarding an issue of fact was not prejudicial where the defendant made an admission to the officer corroborating the officer’s opinion testimony; testimony by the plaintiff regarding a diagnosis of a concussion was not prejudicial where the jury heard testimony of an alternate injury sustained by plaintiff.

  • SANGERVILLE - A five-count lawsuit filed on Aug. 4 by a Sangerville resident against a former Sangerville town manager has been moved from Piscataquis County Superior Court to the U.S. District Court in Bangor. Mi Suk Martin, also known as Sae Hee Martin, is seeking damages from former town manager Dick Drummond of Guilford for civil assault and battery, negligent or reckless infliction of emotional distress, intentional infliction of emotional distress and for violations of her civil rights. She is represented by attorney Arthur Greif of Bangor.

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  • A Columbia police spokeswoman says an officer shot Cadilac Derrick with a Taser last year during a traffic stop because he reached toward his waistband during questioning. On Thursday, Jefferson City attorney Samuel Trapp filed a civil suit on behalf of Derrick, naming officers Tim Giger and John Logan as defendants. The suit alleges violations of civil rights, negligence, assault, and battery.

  • A former stock boy at a Totowa health food store who authorities say was sexually assaulted when he was 13 by the store's owner has filed a civil suit against the owner and the man's parents on allegations of emotional distress, assault and battery, false imprisonment and negligent supervision. James Perna, 53, of Wayne was indicted in April on charges of aggravated sexual assault, sexual assault, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, two counts of aggravated criminal sexual contact and two counts of criminal sexual contact. Perna was arrested Feb. 13.

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