Over the past decade, cases against law enforcement officials have become much more prevalent. Cases involving police shootings, excessive force, false arrest, and prisoner/jail abuse are, in many cases, victims’ only method of fighting back, asserting their rights, and reclaiming their dignity. Paul Hill is at the forefront of this movement.
Paul’s years of experience in trying criminal cases provides a unique insight into law enforcement and police practices and procedures. He knows what should have been done. He knows under what circumstances an officer is entitled to use deadly force and when he is not. Paul knows what information an officer is required to possess in order to arrest someone and when an arrest in unlawful.
Prisoners held in jails are often times forgotten members of our society only remembered by their family. That does not mean that those incarcerated should be subjected to abuse. The Eighth Amendment of our Constitution protects inmates from cruel and unusual punishment. For example, inmates cannot be deliberately deprived of medical treatment and cannot be placed in dangerous situations with other inmate upon the whimsy of cruel guards. If you or your loved one has experienced this treatment, please call Paul H
Just Another example of the Cabinet exhibiting its abundant compassion. This time, targeting a combat veteran. Case still pending resolution.
A lawsuit was filed against social workers Elizabeth Kammer and her supervisor, Alison Campbell, by Holly and David Schulkers of Fort Thomas and five of their minor children.
It involves the social workers’ handling – or mishandling – of the drug-test of a new mom’s urine sample that turned into a comedy of errors extending months after the baby’s birth.
The City of Covington found itself on the losing end of a false arrest lawsuit in federal court this week. $1.089 million was awarded by a jury to a former school counselor falsely arrested for allegedly having a sexual relationship with an elementary school student.
A school counselor was falsely accused of sodomizing an elementary school student – the investigating detective secured an arrest warrant for the counselor (essentially ruining the counselor’s professional career) despite an absence of evidence – a federal jury assessed punitive damages of $500,000...
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