BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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A federal appeals judge ruled last week that Amer Alhaggagi, a Berkeley High School graduate who was sentenced to 15 years in high-security prison for providing material support to ISIS in 2019, would be receiving a reduced sentence.
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A federal appeals judge ruled last week that Amer Alhaggagi, a Berkeley High School graduate who was sentenced to 15 years in high-security prison for providing material support to ISIS in 2019, would be receiving a reduced sentence.
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The family of Kayla Moore, a 41-year-old Black transgender woman who died in Berkeley Police Department custody, is appealing a wrongful death suit against the city at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in January.
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The family of Kayla Moore, a 41-year-old Black transgender woman who died in Berkeley Police Department custody, is appealing a wrongful death suit against the city at the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in January.
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A pretrial hearing for the death of Kayla Moore, who died in the custody of Berkeley Police Department officers, was called off by presiding Judge Charles Breyer on Wednesday afternoon in order for him to privately assess both sides’ arguments.
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A pretrial hearing for the death of Kayla Moore, who died in the custody of Berkeley Police Department officers, was called off by presiding Judge Charles Breyer on Wednesday afternoon in order for him to privately assess both sides’ arguments.
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U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer dismissed most of a lawsuit against the city of Berkeley on Monday, ending a legal battle regarding the vacant building on 2631 Durant Ave.
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U.S. District Judge Charles Breyer dismissed most of a lawsuit against the city of Berkeley on Monday, ending a legal battle regarding the vacant building on 2631 Durant Ave.
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Despite the dismissal of the Fourth Amendment violations, such as excessive force or unlawful arrest, the case — filed by Moore’s father Arthur Moore — will go forward in court as the alleged Americans with Disabilities Act violations were upheld.
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Despite the dismissal of the Fourth Amendment violations, such as excessive force or unlawful arrest, the case — filed by Moore’s father Arthur Moore — will go forward in court as the alleged Americans with Disabilities Act violations were upheld.
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At the Friday hearing, U.S. Senior District Judge Charles Breyer said he did not dismiss the case because he wanted to verify with the evidence whether the involved officers used excessive force or engaged in false arrest.
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At the Friday hearing, U.S. Senior District Judge Charles Breyer said he did not dismiss the case because he wanted to verify with the evidence whether the involved officers used excessive force or engaged in false arrest.
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