A paralyzed woman’s failure to file a complaint within a six-month window allowed by the Federal Tort Claims Act means that the claim was properly dismissed, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has held.
BY: Daily Record Staff
Administrative Law Driver’s license suspension BOTTOM LINE: In overturning a driver’s license suspension based on driving while intoxicated, the circuit court improperly ruled that the officer had to indicate, on the Motor Vehicle Administration form, the reasonable grounds for the underlying stop that led to the suspension. CASE: Motor Vehicle Administration v. Lipella, No. 80, [...]
BY: Ben Mook
A former security guard at Andrews Air Force Base was awarded $120,000 by a federal judge for a “prank” played on her by Air Force personnel that included having her searched by a guard dog. Gloria N. Oke filed the lawsuit in 2009 in the U.S. District Court for Maryland in Greenbelt seeking $300,000 on [...]
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