Lt. Nazario v Town of Windsor Police Officers – Official Update

Posted Posted in Assault & Battery, Assault & Battery, Civil Rights, Excessive Force, Fourth Amendment, Freedom of Speech and Press, General, Litigation, Personal Injury Law

Because this important civil rights case highlights the need for national attention and reform – this page will serve the public’s right to know TO HELP LT. NAZARIO CLICK HERE! The Court Action – Notes and Public Documents 5/14/2021 – Gutierrez response to complaint 5/14/2021 – Defendant Gutierrez filed responses.  He has challenged the 1st […]

Suit Filed in Norfolk Against Windsor Police for Civil Rights Violations against Lt. Caron Nazario

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Nazario v Gutierrez & Crocker, Case 2:21-cv-00169 -Filed 04/02/21 Eastern District of Virginia, Norfolk This action arises from the behaviors of two Windsor [Virginia] police officers, Joe Gutierrez and Daniel Crocker (jointly, the “Defendants”), who, while on duty and in uniform, initiated a traffic stop against a uniformed U.S. Army Officer, Lt. Caron Nazario, who […]

ROUNDUP

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ROUNDUP LITIGATION The official Court – Information Page – In re: Roundup Products Liability Litigation (MDL No. 2741) Case No. 16-md-02741-VC Personal Injury  Bayer acquired Monsanto in 2018 and its legal liabilities of the glyphosate (Roundup) manufacturer.  Cases in California state and federal courts Robin Greenwald of Weitz & Luxenberg, PC; Michael Miller of The […]

Can I file a civil rights claim after my conviction was reversed for an illegal search or 4th amendment violation?

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So your conviction was overturned because the evidenced was suppressed under the exclusionary rule due to a violation of the 4th Amendment.  Does that mean you can file a civil rights suit against the officer for violating your 4th Amendment rights? Maybe… Here are the issues: Qualified Immunity Statute of Limitations 5th Amendment Risks Cost/Benefit […]

“Amen and Awoman”

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“Amen and Awoman” Representative Emanuel Cleaver II, a 5-term congressman from Missouri ended opening prayer for the new 2021 Congress with “Amen and awoman.” The importance of removing any vestiges of perceived barriers to women is no joke, although it appears that opening prayer is a time for jokes or subtle protest.  “אמן” – “Amen” […]

Free Speech and the 2020 Election

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Disturbing Trend To Silence Lawful Speech The New Left frequent and continuing attempts to silence speech is disturbing. This trend is rampant in Universities, on the streets, but is now in Congress. Irrespective of the outcome of the Constitutional and legal principles raised in the Texas Election petition to United State Supreme Court, to suggest […]

Family Fights Over Inherited Real Estate – Rights, Rents, Costs, Attorneys Fees and Partition Suits

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Family Fights Over Inherited Real Estate – Rights, Rents, Costs, Attorneys Fees and Partition Suits Family Fights Related to Property Often a property is left to family which instead of loving gratitude ends up with bitter fighting.  So, what are the rights of the “tenants in common”?  Generally, speaking each co-tenant has an equal right […]