The Brown Firm has recently announced that they have successfully overturned a wrongful case dismissal pertaining to the use of deadly force on a homeless schizophrenic black man. The case had been repeatedly dismissed and has been successfully appealed and overturned by the firm each time.
A group of federal judges from the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a ruling of qualified immunity for a group of officers in West Virginia. The ruling came in the case of Wayne Jones, a Black man shot and killed by five police officers in 2013.
The Circuit Court of Appeals revived a federal civil rights lawsuit against police in Martinsburg, West Virginia, vacating a lower court ruling that had granted five officers qualified immunity in connection with the murder of Wayne Jones.
Henrico County will pay one of its employees who believes the county passed her over for a Risk Manager promotion in order to hire a less qualified Caucasian male.
The Brown Firm PLLC has announced that the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned an Order of the District Court in West Virginia concerning Wayne A. Jones, a black male, who was shot 22 times and killed by police officers on March 13, 2013.
Delbert Gaskins and Arnold White said they couldn’t believe the constant racial slurs and offensive jokes from their white supervisors at BFI Waste Services LLC. A federal jury in Alexandria agreed. A majority-white jury awarded $2.6 million each to Gaskins, 46, and White, 49, in a lawsuit against BFI.