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Civil Rights/Police Brutality Case Analysis – Part 1: Pre-Litigation/Discovery

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Date Published

July 30, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Civil Rights, Police Misconduct

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Summary

The first 30-days are critical in any police abuse case. A private autopsy needs to be done. You need to present a government claim. Canvassing the area to secure all cell phone footage, surveillance and witness statements is a must. Your go-to discovery sets will be of no use. You need to know the vernacular and the types of documents which exist in the police abuse universe. Julia and Olu will teach you everything they know about getting to the evidence early in your case.

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Presenters

Denisse O. Gastélum

Denisse O. Gastélum is an attorney at Casillas & Associates, where she practices law in the areas of civil rights and... Read More

Olu K. Orange

Olu K. Orange handles civil rights, probate and class action litigation in state and federal courts. He has won millions of... Read More

Julia Yoo

Julia Yoo is a civil rights attorney in San Diego, California. She represents a broad spectrum of people whose civil rights... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Pre-Litigation/Discovery
Pre-Litigation/Discovery - Materials
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Credit

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