25 June 2017

KingCast See Pro Se Litigant Max Felix Sue Randolph MA Police for Malicious Prosecution and Defeats Summary Judgment.



Attorney Louison has not responded to inquiry
as to whether he and his client will appeal or pay the Jury Verdict.
I told him I heard that Mr. Felix as a pro se forgot to demand Punitives.
If so, I think his client got a windfall.

Times are changing somewhat.
A single black man can sometimes obtain a measure of Justice.
Max Felix v. Town of Randolph 12-CV-10997
6 October 2017 Update: A source reports that the Municipal Defendants LOST their Motion for Directed Verdict as attached, and further that a Jury awarded substantial damages. I will check in a few hours to confirm as the Verdict Forms are not yet posted to PACER.  

MALICIOUS PROSECUTION LAWSUIT


Max Felix was falsely charged with crimes he did not commit. Defendant Kevin Donnelly said he knew him from years ago but he DID NOT know him and Donnelly was not a credible witness despite being a licensed police officer. 


Mr. Felix claims that police reviewed surveillance video from C & J Cuisine from the night in question yet ignored the exculpatory evidence, i.e. that he was clearly seen at the restaurant during the time in question. The City Lost Motion for Summary Judgment on 19 Feb 2016. 


This is a recorded phone interview with Counsel for the Defendant. He was actually one of the more professional Defense Counsel I've ever worked with, so kudos to him. So many defense attorneys are completely rude and disrespectful so it is refreshing to catch a breeze of something else.


THE TRUE STORY OF A PRO SE LITIGANT FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE IN THE FACE OF GOVERNMENT ABUSE

Jury Instruction/Deliberation Question.


Defendant's Motion for Directed Verdict


One Can of Whup-Ass, Served Fresh and Filed Today.



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