The family of Leonard Cure filed a federal lawsuit against the Georgia police officer who shot and killed the exonerated Black man, 53, during a traffic stop last year.


The unarmed, exonerated Black man was shot to death during a traffic stop in Georgia.

The Georgia officer has a history of making violent traffic stops.

Civil Rights & Social Justice

A Louisville cop will go to jail for two years for excessive force against a protester during racial justice protests in May 2020.

A Black disabled mother from Illinois is fighting back against the McDonough County Sheriff’s Office and the Macomb Police Department after claiming she was subjected to false accusations and a non-consensual strip search during a DUI arrest.

Civil rights groups and critics of excessive force question the tactics taken during the arrests as video evidence proves that unlawful white citizens are routinely taken into custody without physical harm, even when armed.

Brown's family demand that police release the body cam footage so that there can be more accurate representation of what transpired on the day he was shot to death.

With much left to unpack in the guilty Derek Chauvin verdict over the murder of George Floyd, Ma'Khia's death details exactly how the pendulum swings for Black women and girls.

In the suit filed on Tuesday, Ruby Jones, alleges that the three officers unlawfully entered her home and violated her civil rights by using excessive force, resulting in painful injuries.

One of officers shown during a violent traffic stop involving Lt. Caron Nazario was fired on Sunday, a day after the Dec. 2020 incident went viral on social media.

Lt. Caron Nazario claims his constitutional rights were violated during a Dec. 202 traffic stop in Windsor, Virginia.

Jacob Blake, a Wisconsin Black man who was paralyzed after he was shot in the back by a white officer last summer, filed a civil lawsuit Thursday accusing the officer of excessive force.