6th Circuit upholds decision to strip Knoxville cop of immunity in shooting

A federal appellate court is upholding a decision to strip a Knoxville Police Department officer of immunity in a wrongful death lawsuit over the officer’s shooting of an unarmed man in the back. The 6th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals turned aside an appeal by KPD Officer Dylan Williams, who fatally shot an unarmed Channara Tom

Grainger County settles suit over “sex shows” in jail

Grainger County taxpayers will be shelling out $110,000 to settle a lawsuit alleging a former corrections officer forced female inmates to put on “sex shows” that he viewed from atop milk crates in a control room as he masturbated, records show. You can read more @ TENNESEE LOOKOUT!

Mother Files Lawsuit Against Scott County Sheriff For 2016 Jailhouse Death Of Her Son

Donna Jean Sexton-Pemberton filed a $5 million lawsuit in U.S. District Court against Scott County, Tennessee, and its sheriff, Ronnie Phillips, for the July 20, 2016 death of her son, Benny Shane Pemberton. Lance Baker of The Baker Law Firm, is representing Ms. Sexton-Pemberton in the litigation. Learn about how a cut on Benny’s foot

Former Hamblen County inmate files $5M Civil Rights Violation Lawsuit Over Beating By Fellow Inmate

Lance Baker of The Baker Law Firm is representing Jeremy Garcia, a Knox County man who alleges he received a jailhouse beating in 2015 severe enough to cause memory loss and ongoing depression and in which he suffered multiple facial fractures. Garcia alleges that his jailers did little or nothing to protect him from more

Knox County And KCSO Face $5M Lawsuit Over Treatment Of Mentally Ill Inmate

A November 2014 staff beating of a Knox County jail inmate, caught on video, is at the center of a $5 million lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court in late 2015. Lance Baker, founder of The Baker Law Firm, is representing Louis Flack. The suit alleges that Flack’s civil rights were violated by the Knox County

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