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June 18, 2024

Immunity Denied – Burgin/Rogers ruling .

By John Kraft & Kirk Allen

On June 28, 2012


Rule 50 Motion Denied

Judge McCuskey denied the defendants Rule 50 motion in an order dated today and entered final judgment in the amount of $70,000.00 for Ms. Cianfaglione.
The orders are below.  Burgin and Rogers do not have qualified immunity!

County insurance will pay judgement

Get ready for another rate hike as the county’s insurance company will pay the judgment, Burgin and Rogers will not personally pay the judgment. Now, any party has 30 days in which to file an appeal, asking the appellate court for the Seventh Circuit in Chicago, to review any of the District Court orders.

Message Sent

We are very happy that the People of Central Illinois have spoken and that Judge Michael McCuskey has affirmed the jury’s decision and told Dee Burgin, Terry Rogers and all other law enforcement officers that THEY CANNOT ORDER A STRIP SEARCH EXCEPT WITH REASONABLE SUSPICION AND SOME DOG JUST GOING “WOOF WOOF” IS NOT, BY ITSELF, REASONABLE SUSPICION, UNDER THE LAWS OF THIS COUNTRY.  God Bless America and our Constitution.
Erik and Jude Redwood and the Redwood Law Office invite anyone who believes that they were illegally searched or subjected to other police misconduct, to call their office at (217) 469-9194 for a free consultation and evaluation of their possible case.

Below are the Final Judgement Order and the Motion Denied (Rule 50).

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