City settles false arrest claim with lawyer coupleNew York Daily News
May. 29, 2012
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The city will pay a $360,000 settlement to a civil rights lawyer and his wife who claimed they were falsely arrested by cops after objecting to the beatdown of a drug suspect on a Brooklyn street.