Striving for American Ideals

Posted Posted in Civil Rights, Commentary, Fourth Amendment, Freedom of Speech and Press, General

Commentary – Striving for American Ideals Early in our nation’s history the concept of equality and freedom in religion and thought was the cornerstone of something new in the world. On March 4, 1681, King Charles II of England granted William Penn forty-five thousand acres to pay a 6,000 pound debt owed to Penn’s father, […]

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 & Opinions Federal Court – COVID19 update – 7/30/2021 Click here to view Scheduling Order The court […]

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

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TO READ THE LATEST UPDATES – CLICK HERE 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 […]