Assistant Principal Files Lawsuit Against Rapid City School District, Alleging Violation of Civil Rights

Rapid City, South Dakota – The assistant principal of Rapid City Central High School has filed a lawsuit against the Rapid City Area School District and its school board, alleging a violation of her civil rights. Jennifer Griffin claims that her superior, Mike Talley, engaged in grooming behavior to initiate a sexual relationship with her. In response, the district has released a statement acknowledging the lawsuit and the allegations of sexual harassment, asserting that they appropriately addressed Griffin’s formal complaint in accordance with Title IX regulations. The district asserts that it provides annual sexual harassment … Read more

Covington Man Files Lawsuit against City and Police Officers, Alleging Violation of Civil Rights through Excessive Force

COVINGTON, Ky. – A man has filed a lawsuit against the City of Covington and several police officers alleging that his civil rights were violated due to excessive force. Anthony Wynn’s attorney has brought forth the lawsuit, targeting both the city and all police officers and staff involved in the alleged violation. According to the lawsuit, the incident took place in January 2021 when Wynn was sitting in the back seat of a car driven by a friend who was pulled over for failing to use a turn signal. The lawsuit claims that Officer John … Read more

Lawsuit Challenges Validity of Speed Camera Tickets Issued by Suffolk and Chesapeake, Sparking Controversy Over Third-Party Involvement and Violation of Virginia Laws

SUFFOLK, Va. – A lawsuit has been filed against the cities of Chesapeake and Suffolk in Hampton Roads, challenging the validity of the tickets issued by the newly installed speed cameras. Attorney Tim Anderson argues that both cities are violating Virginia laws by not issuing standard summonses for these tickets and by using out-of-state companies to collect fines. Anderson claims that the cities are exploiting their authority for financial gain. According to documents provided by Anderson, the tickets differ significantly from typical Virginia summonses, suggesting that the municipalities have altered them to maximize revenue. Anderson … Read more

Kansas Newspaper Publisher Sues Officials Over Violation of First Amendment Rights in Controversial Raid

Marion, Kansas – The publisher of a Kansas newspaper that was raided by police in August is now taking legal action against the officials involved, accusing them of violating the paper’s First Amendment rights and retaliating against it. The controversial raid on the Marion County Record’s newsroom and the home of its editor and publisher, Eric Meyer, sparked concerns from press and free-speech advocates nationwide. Meyer is claiming that the stress caused by the raid led to the sudden death of his mother, Joan, who co-owned the paper with him. Multiple Marion officials have since … Read more