Archive for the ‘Police Brutality’ Category

Continuing Problems of America’s Prison Systems

Fayette County Detention Center employees and retired director Ron Bishop faces a case of wrongful death filed against them by Janet Davis, a mother of an inmate who died in June.

David claims that her son Anthony Dwayne Davis was never administered medical treatment for his congenital heart condition. Janet Davis is asking for undetermined amount in damages.

To read all the details about the case, click here.

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This Man Was Killed By a Taser

Bryan Layton Cardall died on the side of a Utah highway after being shocked by police officers with a Taser gun.

After receiving a report of a nude man running into traffic lanes, two police officers responded to the call. The 911 dispatcher released information to the officers that Mr. Cardall was suffering from a bipolar manic episode and was waiting for his medication to take effect; however one of the officers discharged a Taser gun just 42 seconds upon his arrival at the scene of this unarmed man and before employing any other methods of restraint.

The lawsuit filed by Bryan Cardall’s wife Anna and their children has been cleared to move forward to trial by Judge Clark Waddoups. The claim, although complicated, is centered around the fact that the authorities should not have used a Taser gun on Mr. Cardall. The charges include willful misconduct and wrongful death.

Read more here on the case and make the judgment yourself: What is the fine line between a necessary use of defensive force by the authorities and police brutality? Comment below and let us know your thoughts.

Wrongful death happens. Higher Legal is a free State Bar Lawyer Referral Service can help you find the right personal injury attorney to fight your case. Read more about wrongful death here.