- Published on Wednesday, 24 October 2012 15:16
Rebekah Lusk, Esq. discusses in detail the legal hurdles in litigating a case involving police shooting a dog. The issue of choosing 1983 claims as opposed to state claims is explored, as well as whether state or federal jury pools are more desirable. The facts surrounding Lusk's six figure jury verdict are explained The fact the incident was caught on the dashcam of one of the officers is discussed as a major factor in the verdict. A great primer for attorneys who are considering what causes of action to use in a dog shooting case.
October 9, 2012