A man from Central Kentucky who was tried two times for slaying his parents, and whose second conviction was overturned, is suing prosecutors and members of the Scott County Sheriff’s Office in federal court for deprivation of rights, malicious prosecution, abuse of process, verbal abuse and harassment, wrongful imprisonment, denial of right to a fair trial and due process, cruel and unusual punishment, conspiracy, illegal and coerced interrogation, invasion of privacy and reputation, and failure to supervise and train officers. The Cooper & Friedman Law Office is handling this case.Read more...
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