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In the News: Eshman Begnaud Settles $400,000 Civil Rights Lawsuit Against Dunwoody Officer

Georgia civil rights and personal injury law firm Eshman Begnaud wins $400,000 settlement on behalf of their client Yadata Osman in a lawsuit against City of Dunwoody officer Kevin Lopez who struck Mr. Osman, a man fleeing across an empty parking lot, with his patrol car. https://www.ajc.com/news/400k-settlement-paid-to-man-who-was-struck-by-dunwoody-cop-car-in-2017/5PKNCKSFEFGNRJAIDXM77R3OCU/

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In The News – Hundreds held too long at Fulton County jail may join federal lawsuit.

AJC Hundreds held too long at Fulton County jail may join federal lawsuit A federal judge granted class action status for a group of inmates in the Fulton County jail who were detained after they should have been released. Law.com Judge Won’t Toss Class Action by Fulton Jail Inmates Denied a Timely Release | Daily

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In The News – Lawsuit: Cobb jail guard kept job despite pattern of abuse.

AJC Lawsuit: Cobb jail guard kept job despite pattern of inmate abuse In jailhouse footage, the guard is seen pushing the inmate to the ground, where he lies, screaming in pain, his hip broken, as staff drift in and out, attempting to pull him to his feet and at one point taunting him.

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In The News – Lawsuit: Cobb jail guard kept job despite pattern of abuse.

AJC Lawsuit: Cobb jail guard kept job despite pattern of inmate abuse In jailhouse footage, the guard is seen pushing the inmate to the ground, where he lies, screaming in pain, his hip broken, as staff drift in and out, attempting to pull him to his feet and at one point taunting him.

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