Beating of African-American Motorist by N.J. State Police

Brutal beating of African-American motorist (Aundrey Green) after minor motor vehicle arrest by officers of the New Jersey State Police. Lawsuit filed in the Federal District Court for the Judicial District of N.J. (Camden, NJ) On March 12, 2008, jury finds defendant not liable, and finds no excessive force by officers. Mr. Green was represented by civil rights and criminal defense attorney, Vincent J. Sanzone, Jr., of Elizabeth, NJ CriminalDefenseNJ.com

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