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Engel Reply Decl Ex A. Exhibits to Charney Declaration.

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City's Motion to Remand. City's Reply Brief in Support of Remand. The City's Appeal Merits Brief. Order Holding all Pending Motions in Abeyance.

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Plaintiffs' Motion to Reconsider En Banc. Supplemental Motion in Support of Reconsideration Law Professors Amicus Brief in Support City's Motion to Vacate. PBA Reply Brief.


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SBA Reply Brief. Plaintiffs' Opposition to Intervene Motion Declaration of Darius Charney in Support Exhibits to Charney Declaration Pls MTD Reply. City's Motion to Stay - 2nd Circuit. Plaintiffs' Opposition to Stay Declaration of Darius Charney in Support of Opposition Excerpts from Declarations Exhibits to Charney Declaration Amicus Brief from Bill Lan Lee District Court Order Denying Stay.

PBA et al Reply. SBA Reply. SBA Intervention Brief Plaintiffs' Opposition to Unions' Motions to Intervene City's Letter Requesting Stay Plaintiffs' Opposition to Stay Motion City's Reply Letter City's NOA. Floyd Remedy Decision Summary. Floyd Liability Decision. Floyd Remedy Decision. DOJ's Statement of Interest. City's Post trial MOL. Plaintiffs' Post-trial Brief. Floyd Trial Transcript Index.


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BLAC amicus brief March CPR amicus final. Brief in Support of Injunctive Relief. Declaration of Sunita Patel in Support. Exhibits to Patel Declaration. Order granting Plaintiffs' Daubert Motion in part. Brief in Support of Plaintiffs' Daubert Motion. City's Brief in Opposition.

Plaintiffs' Reply Brief. Order granting Plaintiffs' Class Certification Motion.

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Transcript of Conference w Judge Scheindlin. Exhibits to Grossman Declaration. Exhibits to Smith Declaration. Plaintiffs Opposition to City's Daubert Motion. Declaration of Darius Charney in Support of Plaintiffs.

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Declaration of Jeffrey Fagan in Support of Plaintiffs. Exhibits to Fagan Declaration. City's Reply to Plaintiffs' Opposition. Order Re-instating Plaintiff Floyd's Claims. Motion for Class Certification. City's Opposition to Class Certification. Declaration of Gretchen Hoff Varner. Declaration of Plaintiff Deon Dennis. Defendants' Sur-Reply in Opposition. City's Rule Esposito Decl and Ex. A ECF Doc Schwartz Decl.

ECF Doc Fagan Expert Report. Second Amended Complaint. Floyd First Amended Complaint. Floyd Original Complaint. Letter from Plaintiffs re Monitor Submission. January 11, Monitor submits ninth status report.

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January 11, Monitor submits ninth status report. The court-appointed monitor submits his ninth status report as required by the remedial order. July 19, Court orders NYPD pilot program to electronically record all civilian encounters.

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This reform was born out of community input and was recommended by the court-appointed facilitator of the Joint Remedial Process. After the pilot, the court-appointed monitor will report to the court on whether the program should be expanded or terminated. Related Files Floyd Order July 16, Plaintiffs' reply brief in further support of JRP recommendations. July 16, Plaintiffs' reply brief in further support of JRP recommendations.

July 9, June 8, Plaintiffs' comments on facilitator's Joint Remedial Process recommendations. June 8, Plaintiffs' comments on facilitator's Joint Remedial Process recommendations. May 15, Court-appointed Facilitator of the Joint Remedial Process files his final report and recommendations. May 15, Court-appointed Facilitator of the Joint Remedial Process files his final report and recommendations. December 13, Monitor submits seventh status report.

December 13, Monitor submits seventh status report. Monitor Peter Zimroth submits his seventh status report to Judge Torres. Related Files Monitor's 7th Status Report. November 16, Monitor submits new NYPD "in-service training" materials to court for approval.

June 7, April 20, April 19, Plaintiffs object to NYPD body-worn camera policy. April 11, November 18, Monitor submits fourth status report. November 18, Monitor submits fourth status report. The monitor submits to the court for approval his fourth status report on the court-ordered remedial process in the Floyd, Davis, and Ligon cases. August 9, Monitor submits status report regarding body-worn camera pilot. August 9, Monitor submits status report regarding body-worn camera pilot. This third status report from the monitor further outlines and details proposed changes to the court-ordered body-worn camera pilot program.

March 23, Monitor submits new NYPD stop form to court for approval. Floyd Monitor Peter Zimroth submits three documents to Judge Torres for approval, along with a cover letter: a new UF stop form containing a new narrative section among other changes; accompanying instructions to the form; and a draft internal NYPD order regarding two NYPD patrol guides related to stops.