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Dawson v. Carter

United States District Court, N.D. Illinois, Eastern Division

August 5, 2016

NEHRU DAWSON, Plaintiff,
v.
Chicago Police Officer W. CARTER, Star #18489, Chicago Police Officer J. COUCH, Star #12716, Chicago Police Officer R. COLLINS, Star #13010, Chicago Police Officer J. CASCONE, Star #1488, Chicago Police Officer L. WILLIAMS, Star #18542, Chicago Police Officer J. ALI, Star # 8411, Chicago Police Officer S. VANTHOF, Star #1433, Chicago Police Officer R. HERRERA, Star # 9994, Chicago Police Officer S. ESTES, Star #7316, and THE CITY OF CHICAGO, a Municipal Corporation, Defendants.

          Nehru Dawson, Plaintiff, represented by Benjamin B. Kelly, The Vrdolyak Law Group, LLC.

          The City of Chicago, Defendant, represented by Meera Werth, City of Chicago, Department of Law, Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          W. Carter, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          J. Couch, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          R. Collins, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          J. Cascone, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          L. Williams, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          J. Ali, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          S. Vanthof, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          R. Herrera, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          S. Estes, Defendant, represented by Bret Anthony Kabacinski, City of Chicago Department of Law & Matthew P. Dixon, City Of Chicago Department Of Law.

          ORDER

          SHEILA FINNEGAN, Magistrate Judge.

         Plaintiff Nehru Dawson has filed suit against the City of Chicago and nine Chicago police officers alleging that they violated his constitutional rights during the course of a traffic stop. The City of Chicago has answered the amended complaint, as have the two officers who pulled Plaintiff over and arrested him, Raymundo Herrera and Samantha Estes. (Doc. 24). The remaining seven officers, W. Carter, J. Couch, R. Collins, J. Cascone, L. Williams, J. Ali, and S. Vanthof (the "Moving Officers"), all seek dismissal under Federal Rule 12(b)(6) for failure to ...


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