Jury Awards Disabled Man $1.6M In Case Against LAPD
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck disagrees with a jury who awarded a disabled man $1.6 million in damages in connection with a handcuffing incident that left the victim with permanent nerve damage. KCAL9's Dave Lopez reports.
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