Eric Sanders – The Sanders Firm, P.C.

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In Re: Kenneth E. Mahaffy, Jr. v. United States of America

Federal Tort Claim

Kenneth E. Mahaffy, Jr., a man whose conviction in the alleged ‘Squawk Box’ case was overturned files notice with the United States Department of Justice and Securities and Exchange Commission alleging false arrest, malicious…more
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Raymond Stukes v. City of New York, et al.

Second Amended Complaint

Sergeant Raymond Stukes, formerly assigned to the 81st Precinct files suit after being falsely arrested and accused of perjury and related offenses during an Internal Affairs Bureau ‘Sting.’ Unbeknownst to Sergeant Stukes, he…more
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Police Department City of New York v. Police Officer Larry Jackson

Disposition of Charges

After Jackson filed his complaints, he was charged with failing to properly identifying himself, engaging in a physical altercation with Police Officer John Czulada and resisting arrest…more
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Police Department City of New York v. Sergeant Raymond Stukes

Disposition of Charges

NEW YORK, April 7, 2014 - New York Civil Rights Attorney Eric Sanders, Esq., of The Sanders Firm, P.C., announces after a hard fought legal battle, Sergeant Stukes was found ‘NOT GUILTY’ of serious misconduct…more
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Yvonne W. Alex v. General Electric Company, et al.

Decision and Order

Decision and Order on Rule 12 (b)(6) and Rule 56 Motions…more
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In Matter of the Claim of David M. John

Notice of Claim

New York Civil Rights Attorney Eric Sanders, Esq., of The Sanders Firm, P.C., alleges Police Officer Ann Cardenas is no victim, she is an ‘opportunist’, a modern day ‘Poison Ivy,’ who preys on vulnerable male employees in the…more
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Larry Jackson v. City of New York, et al.

Memorandum & Order

Black NYPD Off-Duty Officer 'choked' after calling 911 for assistance and suing the Department for $175 million dollars is headed for trial in Brooklyn federal Court…more
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Adrienne Rodriguez v. City of New York, et al.

Amended Complaint

According to the federal amended complaint, Sergeant Adrienne Rodriguez claims she and other similarly situated African-American females were not considered for "Sergeant Special Assignment." Promotions to "Sergeant Special…more
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In Re: Miriam Iris Carey

Federal Tort Claim Notice

Today, after months of “utter” silence by government officials as well as an exhaustive review of all publicly available data, the Carey Family has concluded the shooting of Miriam Iris Carey was “NOT JUSTIFIED” and has filed a…more
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Shirley V. Pelage v. The City of New York, et al.

Amended Complaint

According to the federal complaint, Retired Detective Second Grade Shirley V. Pelage claims throughout her assignment in the NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau from July 2, 1999 through her retirement on April 13, 2013, under Police…more
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Diane L. Davis v. The City of New York, et al.

Amended Complaint

Davis claims throughout her assignment in the NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau from January 23, 2009, until this day under Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly and Bureau Chief Charles V. Campisi the ‘Bureau’ operates as an inept…more
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Raymond Stukes v. City of New York, et al.

Amended Complaint

Sergeant Raymond Stukes, formerly assigned to the 81st Precinct files suit after being falsely arrested and accused of perjury and related offenses during an Internal Affairs Bureau ‘Sting.’ Unbeknownst to Sergeant Stukes, he…more
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Adrienne Rodriguez v. The City of New York, et al.

Federal Complaint

According to the federal complaint, Sergeant Adrienne Rodriguez claims throughout her assignment in the NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau from April 25, 2011, to this day, under Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, Bureau Chief…more
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In the Matter of Miriam Iris Carey

Request for Civil Rights Investigation

On behalf of the entire Carey Family and the international community, I am writing to respectfully request that the Department of Justice investigate the October 3 shooting death of Miriam I. Carey, an unarmed African-American…more
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Alexis S. Murray-Medouze v. The City of New York, et al.

Federal Complaint

Off-Duty Alexis Murray-Medouze, a Black female, accuses her fellow NYPD officers of assaulting and falsely arresting her…more
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