He is not the first defendant that has struggled to reconcile the controversial raids with self-defense.
Maybe Brett Hankison shouldn't have been found not guilty, but he was. The Constitution says it should stop there.
Elisabeth Rehn was about to take a bath when police officers kicked down her door, flooded into her apartment, and pointed their guns at her.
Illinois Family Files Lawsuit After Police Execute Wrong-Door Raid and Allegedly Detain Them for 6 Hours
"I asked them to show me a warrant; they didn't show me nothing," a grandmother said.
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Seven sheriff's deputies say the rapper subjected them to "embarrassment, ridicule, emotional distress, humiliation, and loss of reputation" after a drug bust on his house came up empty.
Police went silent on city officials following the botched raid that caused $5,000 in damages.
According to a lawsuit, Amir Worship was sitting on the edge of his bed with his hands raised when an officer shot him, shattering his kneecap.
Marvin Guy No Longer Faces Death Penalty for Allegedly Shooting, Killing Cop in Botched No-Knock Raid
An unannounced SWAT team invaded a Texas man’s home in failed pursuit of drug evidence. They’ve blamed him for the violence they incited.
Lethal drug raids in Louisville and Houston were based on fishy police affidavits that turned out to be fraudulent.
This was an attempted arrest of a man wanted for questioning and parole violations, not a hostage situation.
The Pensacola Police Department has launched an internal investigation into how a 1-year-old boy was injured in police custody following the pre-dawn raid.
The 22-year-old man was shot by a Minneapolis police officer during the execution of a no-knock warrant on which he was not named.
Over 24 Cops Raided the Wrong Address and Wrecked an Elderly Man's Home. They All Got Qualified Immunity.
There will be no justice for Onree Norris.
Hernan Palma is suing after he says he was punched in the face and his family restrained by cops during a botched no-knock drug raid.
Heavy-handed police raids are trampling on the basic rights of all Americans.
Nashville officers tried to smooth things over with groceries. A traumatized Azaria Hines says what she really needs is "a peace of mind."
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Louisville Metro Police Department said officers identified themselves in a no-knock raid. Neighbors said that's not true.
Forensic Experts Find 'No Evidence' That Houston Narcs Who Killed Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas Encountered Gunfire As They Entered the House
The physical evidence at the scene seems inconsistent with the story told by the officers who conducted the no-knock drug raid.
Unless crafted carefully, the proposal could set up more standoffs between armed citizens and police.
But ICE insists it does not conduct raids that "target alien indiscriminately."
His Department of Justice prosecuted legal marijuana growers in the Golden State, but that was totally different!
Two grams of marijuana reportedly recovered.
The appeals court rules that Congress has forbidden such interference.
Raids on facilities and attempts at asset forfeiture.
Previous raid targeted alleged library subsidy scam.
Contrary to Obama's claims, he has the power to end the madness. Will he?
The feds had argued that a spending rider left them free to shut down dispensaries.
Prosecutors say there was "no evidence" the bars contained cannabis.
A federal jury convicts Lance Gloor of something hundreds of uncharged competitors openly did.
Thanks to a spending rider, California's oldest dispensary can reopen.
Judge Rejects Cops' Argument That Their Behavior During a Medical Marijuana Raid Is a Private Matter
Santa Ana officers tried to suppress a video that seems to show them sampling a dispensary's wares.
Judging from Ginnifer Hency's case, the official reason is implausible.
The county kept Ginnifer Hency's property even after the charge against her was dismissed.
The DOJ's narrow reading of a law protecting medical marijuana contradicts what it said last year.
Santa Ana officers want to stop their department from using the footage to investigate them.
Congressmen Ask DOJ Inspector General to Investigate Continued Harassment of Medical Marijuana Patients and Providers
Dana Rohrabacher and Sam Farr want the Justice Department to stop ignoring their rider.
It's a good thing no one got hurt.
Those ain't protein bars.