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Civil Rights/Police Brutality Case Analysis – Part 4: Real Life Application & Current Police Abuse Topics

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Date Published

August 20, 2020

Publisher

Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles

Subjects

Civil Rights, Police Misconduct

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Summary

Arnoldo will discuss the greatest lessons he has learned litigating and trying police brutality cases, sharing tips and tricks he has learned along the way. In the wake of George Floyd’s death, civil rights practitioners have been instrumental in seeking police reform. Michael will discuss key police abuse reform bills currently being considered in California and nationwide, and leveraging meaningful reforms one case at a time. Carol will discuss the class action filed during the recent protests on behalf of Black Lives Matter against the LAPD alleging excessive force and civil rights violations.

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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

Arnoldo Casillas

Arnoldo Casillas is the principal of the law firm of Casillas & Associates. As the firm’s lead trial attorney, Mr.... Read More

Michael Haddad

Michael Haddad is an AV Preeminent Rated Lawyer and a partner in Haddad & Sherwin, in Oakland, California. He has... Read More

Carol A. Sobel
Attorney at Law

Carol Sobel is a civil rights lawyer and advocate, who has repeatedly sued the City of Los Angeles for violating the rights... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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Part 4: Real Life Application & Current Police Abuse Topics
Part 4: Real Life Application & Current Police Abuse Topics - Materials
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