Dallas Has Spent Nearly $10M On Police Misconduct Lawsuits Since 2015The CBS 11 I-Team found Dallas is currently involved in more than 30 lawsuits against police officers, including several that were filed more than five years ago.
Mistrial In Civil Trial For Former Dallas Officer Amy Wilburn In 2013 Shooting Of Unarmed ManA civil case against former Dallas police officer Amy Wilburn in the shooting of an unarmed man in 2013 has ended in a mistrial.
Former Dallas Police Officer In Civil Court For 2013 Shooting Of Unarmed ManFour months after former Dallas police officer Amy Wilburn took criminal responsibility for the shooting an unarmed man, her attorney told a jury in her civil case Monday that Wilburn’s actions were "objectionably reasonable."
Dallas Spends $725K Defending Former Officer Who Shot Unarmed ManThe City of Dallas is set to pay a record $725,000 to a private law firm to defend a former Dallas police officer who pleaded guilty to shooting an unarmed man in 2013.
Former Dallas Officer Allowed To Plead Guilty To Misdemeanor For 2013 Shooting Of Unarmed ManA former Dallas police officer pleaded guilty Tuesday to a significantly reduced crime for the 2013 shooting of an unarmed man.
Former Dallas Police Officer Pleads Guilty For Shooting Unarmed TeenA former Dallas police officer has pled guilty to a reduced charge for the December 2013 on-duty shooting of an unarmed teenager.
Former Dallas Officer Who Shot Unarmed Man In 2013 Still Hasn’t Gone To TrialThe young man Amy Wilburn shot said his life has been put on hold due to medical complications from the shooting and a pending civil case.
Police Misconduct Cases Costing Dallas Taxpayers MillionsIn the past five years, the City of Dallas has spent more than $10.8 million to settle lawsuits against Dallas police officers.
Officer Indicted For Shooting Unarmed SuspectIn a rare move, a grand jury says a Dallas police officer should face criminal charges for the on-duty shooting of an unarmed suspect.
Police Unions Take Opposite Sides In Officer Involved ShootingThe decision by Dallas Police Chief David Brown to fire an officer involved in a shooting last month is dividing factions in the department.