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Date: 01-25-2018

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Clarence Leonard Scott v. Justin DeLeon and The City of Fort Smith

Federal Courthouse - Fort Smith, Arkansas

Case Number: 2:15-cv-02193-PKH

Judge: P.K. Holmes, III

Court: United States District Court for the Western District of Arkansas (Sebastian County)

Plaintiff's Attorney: Kathy Hudson, Robin Emis, Chris Turnage

Defendant's Attorney: Doug Carson, Jason Owens, Colby Roe, Wayman Wade and Mike LaFreniere

Description: Fort Smith, AR - Jury Returns Defendants' Verdict in Civil Rights Case

Clarence Leonard Scott, age 44, sued former police office Justin DeLeon and The City of Fort Smith on civil rights violations theories under 42 U.S.C. 1983 claiming that he was injured when he fell face first while handcuffed onto the concrete floor of the county jail on April 18, 2014. Scott claimed that DeLeon intentionally caused him to fall and be injured in the sally port of the jail.

The defendants denied wrongdoing.

Outcome: Defendants' verdict.

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