Miya Marcano’s family filed a lawsuit accusing Arden Villas of failing to protect her from her suspected killer, who had a key fob to her apartment.
Brady Mistic tried to explain he couldn’t hear officers’ commands. But Idaho Springs cops allegedly misinterpreted his sign language as disrespect.
After Felicia Sonmez’s lawsuit against the Washington Post, reporters who’ve survived sexual assault are confronting their trauma and what the lawsuit means for media's future.
Michael Bell Sr. thinks that having a ballistics expert review the bullet could reveal the police aren’t being truthful about his son's death.
A former Arizona cop allegedly pulled down a handcuffed man’s pants and tased him in the genitals—all in front of his terrified wife and children.
Beyond giving people financial damages, the lawsuit also asks a court to ban T-Mobile from storing personal information in the cloud.
Bob Dylan “exploited his status as a musician to provide J.C. with alcohol and drugs and sexually abuse her multiple times,” according to the lawsuit.
“They’re the most goddamn unsafe thing on the planet,” one gun expert told VICE News.
The woman, Yessenia Garcia, was eventually cleared of all charges—yet her mugshot is still online for anyone to see.
“She repeatedly cried out to the three officers that she was unable to breathe. They ignored her cries,” the lawsuit alleges.
Officer Darian Dasko and four other cops from the Aurora Police Department stopped Brittany Gilliam with her daughter, sister, and two young nieces—ages 17, 14, 12, and 6 at the time.
Like following them or committing other repetitive actions deemed unnecessary under state law.