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NJ State Trooper Who Beat Disabled Man Wants Disciplinary Charges Dropped

A State Police trooper who was disciplined in connection with the beating of a mentally disabled man contends officials broke the law by waiting too long to punish him, and has filed a lawsuit seeking dismissal of the charges.

Trooper Keith Juckett said in the suit filed last month in state Superior Court in Mercer County that the State Police failed to charge him within 45 days after internal affairs substantiated the allegations.

Source: Star-Ledger. Read full article. (link)

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