Civil Case Next For East Haven Police

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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In 2010, New Haven attorney David Rosen and a group of Yale Law School students brought the first legal action against the town of East Haven and its police officers for allegedly violating the rights of Latino residents. But that federal lawsuit was put on hold earlier last year, when criminal charges were brought against two officers.

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  • peter

    It is about time.

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