Blistering COPA Report Points to Wider Chicago Police Scandal Beyond Disgraced Sgt. Ronald Watts

Chicago Office of Police Accountability (COPA) Stonewalled Release of Report Until FOIA Suit by Watts’ Victims Report calls one cop’s conduct “blatant contempt for the principles of justice, his oath, and the rule of law.” CHICAGO, IL — A blistering report from the City of Chicago’s Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) recommending the firing… Read More

More Protesters File Suit Against Denver Over Police Violence At 2020 Protests

Without Warning, Denver Police Repeatedly Assaulted Peaceful Protestors with Weapons DENVER – The City and County of Denver this morning face another federal lawsuit seeking damages on behalf of 12 protestors over alleged unconstitutional assaults that Denver Police made on peaceful protesters and following the police murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in 2020. The… Read More

Renowned Civil Rights Lawyer Locke Bowman Joins Forces with Loevy & Loevy

Jon Loevy (right) and Locke Bowman (left)

Loevy & Loevy Attorneys at Law is pleased to announce that it has welcomed Locke Bowman as a member of the firm. Bowman fought alongside Loevy & Loevy on behalf of their mutual clients for years in his leadership role at the MacArthur Justice Center. They look forward to working together for years to come.… Read More

Kim Foxx Sued for Her Office Issuing Illegal Subpoenas

After her brother was murdered, Latoya Ware was jailed for a monthbecause she did not show up to a meeting with Cook County prosecutors CHICAGO – Latoya Ware sued Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx in federal court late yesterday after Foxx’s office had Ware arrested and jailed for a month solely because she failed… Read More

Highest Wrongful Conviction Settlement
in Indiana History

Keith Cooper (left) with Attorney Elliot Slosar (right)

Keith Cooper, Who Received Indiana’s First PardonBased on Actual Innocence, Reaches Historic Settlement After being incarcerated in maximum security prison for more than seven years for crimes he didn’t commit, in 2017 Keith Cooper became the first person in Indiana history to win a governor’s pardon based upon actual innocence. Today he is announcing a… Read More

Man Sues Worcester Cops Who Framed Him for Murder

WORCESTER, MA – A man whom Worcester police continued to pursue with murder charges despite DNA excluding him as a possible suspect has turned around and sued those police officers in federal court this morning for faking evidence in an attempt to frame him. Dana Gaul, 43, father of four and nearly life-long resident of… Read More

Exonerated Indiana Man Sues Police Officers and Prosecutor Who Framed Him

During a two-day long interrogation, police coerced an intellectually disabled man into falsely confessing to a crime he didn’t commit. After the Indiana Appeals Court slammed police for committing perjury and withholding evidence, Andrew Royer was exonerated last year. SOUTH BEND, IN – Today Andrew Royer sued nine Elkhart, IN police officers and a prosecutor… Read More

Protesters of George Floyd’s Murder Discuss the Landmark $14M Verdict v. Denver Police

Denver PD attack #BLM protesters

Denver, Colorado – March 29, 2022 To the Denver Community, On Friday, March 25, a federal jury found that the Denver Police used excessive force against us in violation of the First and Fourth Amendments when they indiscriminately attacked massive crowds of peaceful protestors with tear gas grenades, Pepper Ball guns, flash bang explosives, 40mm… Read More

Nine wrongly convicted New Yorkers sue the corrupt cops who framed them & the City that let it happen

Some of the exonorees suing NYPD

New York – This morning, nine in a potential avalanche of wrongfully convicted New Yorkers sued two convicted NYPD officers for framing them, along with New York City for condoning their massive corruption. “For well over a decade, former NYPD Officers Kevin Desormeau and Sasha Cordoba abused their power to frame innocent people for crimes… Read More

Kimberly Long Sues Corona, CA Police Who Framed Her for Murder

Kimberly Long, framed by Corona, CA police for murder

Corona, CA – Today, on the one-year anniversary of her exoneration, Kimberly Long filed a constitutional civil rights lawsuit in federal court against the City of Corona and several Corona Police Officers who framed her for a murder she did not commit. Ms. Long was wrongly arrested, prosecuted, and convicted of the 2003 murder of… Read More