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Yes, the parents of the grandson could hire a lawyer and file a civil rights suit on his behalf.
In the end, almost every case involving injuries while in custody boils down to a civil rights lawsuit although there will certainly be other causes of action thrown in.
The lawyer will also need to send what is known as a "notice letter" to the police department soon since there is a very short period of time to do so (months) and if he doesn't then it can waive all or a portion of the causes of action.
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should she have read him his rights
Probably so, but the only thing that affects is whether or not any evidence gathered afterwards is admissible.
so police officers should inform the arestee of the charges and read them their rights when the arrest is made
Yes, a defendant should be advised of their rights after an arrest.
do you have any suggestions as to a lae firm her in norhtern colorado to talk to
sorry law fim
No, if you go to www.lawyers.com and look for a lawyer that practices civil rights law they should be able to help you. You can search there by location and area of practice.
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