Tulsa dodges lawsuit tidal wave after police corruption investigation
Attorneys representing Tulsa against civil lawsuits related to police corruption said the city is emerging better than expected from what was predicted to be a tidal wave of lawsuits.
At least 48 people have been freed from prison or had their cases modified due to alleged falsified search warrants or other civil rights violations by police, and 16 lawsuits for 15 defendants have been filed against the city to date, according to court records.
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