More than 900,000 law enforcement representatives serve across the United States each year, and over one million Americans work for police departments. In Michigan, an estimated 19,000 officers are trusted to legally permit the use of force on others but not through threats of violence, intimidation, shooting or beating of an unarmed individual who has committed a non-violent crime.
After Two Years of Pushback, Michigan State Finally Cooperates Michigan State University announced this week that it has reached a tentative deal with the 300+ plus survivors who were sexually assaulted and victimized by disgraced doctor Larry Nassar. The terms of the settlement include $425 million for the survivors who have come forward, with an […]
When a Police Officer Takes Illegal Action It is no question that an increase in occurrences have that shown police brutality is on the rise. On average, there are nearly 6,000 incidences of police brutality reported and more than $347 million paid in related settlements each year in the U.S. Of course we hold those […]