Civil Rights Suit Against State Troopers for Police Misconduct During Routine Traffic Stop In 2005, civil rights attorney Susan Chana Lask was the only attorney who would file a civil rights suit for New Jersey Police Detective Gary Wade against State Troopers caught on video holding a gun to him, using excessive force and pepper spraying him during a routine car stop. Despite Mr. Wade losing his job as a detective because his police chief claimed Mr. Wade was at fault and he was criminally charged, Ms. Lask filed the civil rights suit because noone determined if his civil rights were violated. After extensive pre-trial litigation conducted by Ms. Lask, including depositions of the State Troopers, in 2009 a jury found the State Troopers conduct was wrong and awarded Mr. Wade millions. The case is on appeal in the Third Circuit.

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