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Civil Rights Lawsuit settled for Millions of dollars

Posted on: Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 at 5:57 pm

Often times civil rights lawsuits can settle for large amount of money prior to the cases going to trial. This can be good for both sides and insulate them for the risk associated with a civil rights trial. Nearly 14 years after Stephanie Crowe was stabbed to death in her Escondido bedroom, her family agreed to a $7.25 million settlement with the cities of Escondido and Oceanside for what one appeals court called “psychologically abusive” interrogations of the slain child’s then-teenage brother. “There is a degree of vindication,” said brother Michael Crowe, now 28 and a first-time expectant father. The […]

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