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Brewster, NY (Law Firm Newswire) November 23, 2020 – Attorneys Michael LoGiudice and Katherine E. Smith have filed a lawsuit in the Southern District of New York, a Manhattan Federal District Court, alleging that corrections officers at Rikers Island ran a scheme that used favored inmates as violent forces, ultimately resulting in inmates violently slashing our client’s face and breaking his jaw. The complaint alleges that our client became a victim of the scheme, dubbed the “World Tour,” after getting into an argument with a corrections officer at Rikers. The lawsuit also alleges that our client was repeatedly relocated to […]


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Chicago, IL (Law Firm Newswire) April 17, 2020 – Hale & Monico is representing Derrick West in a claim alleging that he was brutally beaten by Florida Department of Corrections Officers in 2017. Andy Hale is serving pro hac vice, collaborating with local co-counsel Mary Sherris in Orlando, Florida. The complaint against the Florida Department of Corrections, and named and unnamed corrections officers, alleges that Mr. West was victimized by unprovoked attacks on October 8, 2016, February 12, 2017 and again on July 6, 2017. The first alleged attack occurred in the Lake Correctional Institution by a correctional officer and […]


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Philadelphia, PA (Law Firm Newswire) January 5, 2015 – The Zeiger Firm, a Philadelphia law firm focusing on criminal defense and civil actions against government entities, is pleased to announce the launch of a new website, Zeigerfirm.com. With the launch of this website, founding attorney Brian Zeiger hopes to better connect with members of the Philadelphia community who have been victimized by overzealous law enforcement, prosecutors, or criminal justice agencies. Recent events involving the deaths of unarmed individuals at the hands of law enforcement officials have highlighted a serious problem that has been ignored for years. While these are extreme […]


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