Police Excessive Force
We have major experience representing victims of police excessive force, including the recent trial of Jackson v. Prince George's County, Maryland, involving the shooting of a Howard University student, Prince Jones Jr., by an undercover Prince George's police officer.
We represented the young man's daughter, who was awarded $2.7 million by a jury in January 2006, after a legal battle that lasted nearly five years. A settlement with the county after the trial was subsequently approved by an appeals court in Maryland.
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