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11/20/06   |   By

Attorney General’s Office Scolded | DC Metro Area Personal Injury Law Blog

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U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth accused the District of Columbia’s Attorney General’s Office of engaging in games in a wrongful arrest lawsuit an 18-year-old high school girl filed against a group of city police officers. The Plaintiff is represented by Patrick M. Regan and the law firm of Regan Zambri & Long.  Plaintiff was the victim of police misconduct and verbal abuse.   Plaintiff was then arrested when she attempted to report the police misconduct and request a jury trial for the citation she was inappropriately given.

As reported by the Washington Post, Judge Lamberth said there was evidence, unrefuted by the city, that Dingle’s attorneys have been trying for seven months to identify the officers so that they can serve them the suit, but they have been blocked by evasive tactics from the police and Attorney General’s Office.  To view the entire story please click here.

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