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Date: 12-09-2010

Case Style: Cherry A. Anjorin v. Stanley Glanz, et al.

Case Number: 4:09-cv-00678-TCK-TLW

Judge: Terence Kern

Court: United States District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma (Tulsa County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Dan Smolen, Don Smolen and Lauren Grace Lambright, Smolen, Smolen & Roytman, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Defendant's Attorney: Kathy Rene Neal, McAfee & Taft, Tulsa, Oklahoma for Stanley Glanz

David Iski and Andrea Marie Wyrick, Tulsa County District Attorney's Office, Tulsa, Oklahoma

Description: Cherry A. Anjorin, Taneisha Taylor, Ronald L. Hodge, Kristy D. Peters, Dana Marie Moses and Charles Wimberly sued Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz and Tulsa County on civil rights violation theories claiming that they were discriminated again on the basis of race. They alleged that were treated differently and less favorably than white employees of the Sheriff's depart while working at the Tulsa County Jail (David L. Moss). They further claimed that they were subject of racially offensive language by white officers and were denied promotions because of their race.

Defendants denied wrongdoing.

Outcome: Settled for various sums averaging $30,000.

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