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Sports In Bucks' Sterling Brown lawsuit, city attorney for Milwaukee recommends $750,000 payment

18:41  09 november  2020
18:41  09 november  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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City attorney Mark Langley filed a resolution dated Wednesday with the Milwaukee Common Council seeking a payment of 0, 000 for Brown ’s lawsuit Sterling Brown ’s attorney not jumping at the offer. Curiously, this request for a settlement approval comes despite Brown ’s legal team not actually

Bucks ' Brown : Suit against city not about money. MILWAUKEE -- Sitting among a group of incarcerated individuals, Bucks guard Sterling Brown shared his personal testimony about the events that led to his ongoing civil rights lawsuit against the city of Milwaukee on Tuesday.

MILWAUKEE – The city attorney has recommended a $750,000 payment and proposed changes to the Milwaukee Police Department's policies to settle a lawsuit brought by Milwaukee Bucks' player Sterling Brown.

The settlement proposal also includes an admission that Brown's constitutional rights were violated when officers took him to the ground, Tasered him and arrested him during an encounter January 2018 that began with a parking violation.

The proposed monetary amount includes attorneys' fees and costs, and is larger than the $400,000 originally signed off on by Milwaukee Common Council in September 2019.

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Bucks guard Sterling Brown 'set to reject 0, 000 settlement from Milwaukee unless the city admits his civil rights were violated when he was tasered by NBA player Sterling Brown isn't expected to accept a 0, 000 settlement offer from the city of Milwaukee for a 2018 incident in which he was

After Milwaukee city attorney Grant Langley released a statement saying that officers did nothing wrong when they utilized a stun gun during the His assertion was in response to a civil rights lawsuit Brown filed in June against the city . Despite the city taking steps to discipline and retrain several of

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In a letter dated Nov. 4, City Attorney Tearman Spencer recommended the new settlement proposal to the Common Council's Committee on Judiciary and Legislation "because of the unpredictability of a trial, and the city's risk for exposure to compensatory and punitive damages, as well as additional attorney fees and costs."

a man sitting at a table looking at their cell phones: Sterling Brown was confronted by Milwaukee police in 2018 for a parking violation. © Kevin C. Cox, Getty Images Sterling Brown was confronted by Milwaukee police in 2018 for a parking violation.

At the time of the original settlement offer last year, Brown's attorney, Mark Thomsen, said: "Any settlement that doesn't include an admission that they violated Mr. Brown's civil rights will go nowhere. We can't heal in this city without that.”

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Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown filed suit against the city of Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Police Department in federal court on Tuesday, arguing that members of the department violated his civil rights by using a Taser on him in a wrongful arrest stemming from a parking incident in January.

More than a year after Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown sued the city and local police over claims he was unlawfully and forcefully arrested, the city has approved a 0, 000 settlement offer, but his attorney says that may not spell the end of their battle. Hosted by Phillip Scott.

It was not immediately clear Monday morning if the new settlement offer will move forward and what the exact Police Department policy changes are being sought.

This is a developing story and will be updated.

Alison Dirr of the Journal Sentinel staff contributed to this report.

Follow Ashley Luthern on Twitter at @aluthern.

This article originally appeared on Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: In Bucks' Sterling Brown lawsuit, city attorney for Milwaukee recommends $750,000 payment

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