A $2 million verdict in a federal lawsuit over illegal strip searches may be thrown out, and the entire case may have to be retried.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit that contends Milwaukee police conducted an illegal body search.
Milwaukee's city attorney is recommending the city pay $95,500 to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit alleging an illegal body cavity search of a drug suspect by a former police officer.
Twelve men who claim Milwaukee police officers violated their rights by conducting illegal strip and cavity searches under the pretense of looking for drugs are seeking to join others who already have sued the city and police department.
Two Milwaukee police officers convicted of failing to intervene when other officers conducted illegal body-cavity searches have each been fined $300.
The Milwaukee Police Department is facing a growing number of lawsuits over strip searches.
One of four white Milwaukee police officers accused of conducting illegal strip searches of black suspects became the second Friday to plead no contest.
Five men are suing the city of Milwaukee and police chief over strip searches that led to criminal charges against four officers.
A former Milwaukee police officer convicted of performing illegal strip searches and body-cavity searches on dozens of suspects has been sentenced to more than two years in prison.
A Milwaukee police officer accused of illegal strip searches is expected to accept a plea deal.
Four Milwaukee police officers accused of illegal strip searches have pleaded not guilty to charges.
Prosecutors can proceed with a case against four Milwaukee police officers charged with conducting illegal strip searches of suspects, a judge ruled Friday.
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