Settlement Terms Released for 2020 RPD Violations of 1st Amendment Rights of Protestors at Lee Circle on June 1, 2020.

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Transparency – Part of the terms of the Settlement! City of Richmond to donate June 1, 2020 protest materials to Library of Virginia for public access. (Links below!!!) Public can also contribute materials from June 1 protest to the archive. A settlement brokered by Thomas H. Roberts & Associates, P.C., a civil rights law firm […]

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 […]

Unreasonable Force in “Terry Stop” Gives Rise to Officer Liability

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En Español Quarter Million Dollar Verdict to Richmond Police Officer Wesley Moore, represented by Civil Rights Attorneys Tom Roberts and Andrew Bodoh. On January 30, 2013, a Richmond jury awarded a $250,000 to Richmond police officer Wesley Moore against a junior patrol officer for battery arising from a August 10, 2010 stop in South Richmond. […]