Law professor weighs in on $12M settlement for Breonna Taylor's family
Wednesday, 16 September 2020 () The city of Louisville has agreed to pay Breonna Taylor's family $12 million in a wrongful death lawsuit, and agreed to institute reforms within the police department. Gloria Browne-Marshall, an associate professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice at City University of New York, joins CBSN to explain how the settlement could complicate a potential criminal case against the officers involved.
Breonna Taylor's family will receive a 12 million dollar settlement from the city of Louisville, Kentucky.They sued after police officers shot and killed the 26 year old while executing a no-knock warrant in March.
Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron's voice broke with emotion during a press conference on Wednesday while discussing the grand jury decision to indict one of three white police officers involved..
Police in Lousville Kentucky have declared a state of emergency as the city waits to hear if 4 officers will be charged in the death of Breonna Taylor. Federal buildings, and other downtown businesses..
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