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The links below are stories published online about the recent Aundrey Green civil rights case, as well as other high profile cases which were covered in the media. The Green lawsuit contends that troopers Robert Parry, Frederick Fife and Craig Brown violated the civil rights of Aundrey Green by using excessive force after an April 22, 2002, traffic stop along a Cumberland County highway. Green, 32, had to be hospitalized for cuts to his head and body.

Youtub video of beating:

June 12, 2008, New Jersey Supreme Court affirms Appellate Division in State v. Burr, conviction overturned, defendant granted a new trial.

October 17, 2007, Article from the Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers of New Jersey regarding the New Jersey Supreme Court of State v. Franklin Burr on Writ of Certiorari

August 29, 2007, Third Circuit Court of Appeals rejects N.J. State Police Appeal, Green v. State Police, and remand case back to District Court for Trial

February 13, 2007, Bail Reduced for Couple Charged with Money Laundering at Slots in A.C.

November 16, 2006, Evidentiary Hearing Order by Appellate Division in State v. Burr.

Attorney Sanzone tells Associated Press that Attorney General Harvey Doesn't Know what he is talking about in the Green Case

August 15, 2006, Federal Judge Says Motorist has Sufficient Evidence that he was Beaten by N.J. State Troopers. Federal District Court Judge, Joseph E. Irenas denied a motion for summary judgment by the state Attorney General's Office to dismiss lawsuit filed by Aundrey Green and sets the matter down for trial.

August 15, 2006, Federal Judge Denies State Troopers Motion for Summary Judgment.

May 12, 2006, Township of Riverside defaults in Police Brutality Lawsuit

Troopers Exonerated in 2002 Traffic StopPublished by the Star Ledger

March 10, 2005, N.J. Attorney General's Office will Review a State Police Internal Affairs Investigation regarding the Beating of African-American Motorist.

Suit Accuses Trooper of Beating Driver

February 24, 2005, Essex settles with teen assaulted in court lockup.

September 24, 2003, Teen sues Essex County Sheriff after being Sexually Assault in Holding Cell at the Essex County Courthouse.

May 11, 2002, Wife is Accused of Hiring Hit man to Kill Husband.

January 18, 2001, Bayonne Housing Authority Backs Down of Eviction of Family on Disability.

January 15, 2001, Family on Disability sues Bayonne Housing Authority for illegal Eviction

June 2, 2000, Essex County Prosecutor's Office Probes actions of East Orange Cops, after Settlement of Civil Rights Lawsuit.

July 1, 1999, City of Irvington Settles Civil Rights Suit in which Haitian Immigrant is Refused Medical Care while being held in City Lockup.

November 20, 1998, Middlesex County Prosecutor's Office drops All Charges Against Vietnam War Hero.

May 1, 1998, Decorated War Hero and Former Lt. Colonel of South Vietnamese Marines is Accused of Fondling Patient Under His Care at Hospital.

June 13, 1996, College Student from Irvington Acquitted of Carjacking fellow Student from Bloomfield College.

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