TITLE

Erik Williams v. The City of Dallas, Benjamin Click, James Chandler, David Goleden, Ross Salverino, Kim Sanders, and Certain Unnamed Members of the Dallas Police Department

PUB. DATE
April 2000
SOURCE
Current Legal Documents;1950-, p0
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents a lawsuit filed by Erik Williams against various defendants including the city of Dallas, Texas, Ross Salverino, and certain unnamed members of the Dallas Police Department. Williams, a football player with the Dallas Cowboys, who was accused of raping Nina Shahravan; How a local television station aired a show which presented false information regarding the case; Details of the alleged crime; Charges that Williams civil rights were violated.
ACCESSION #
3850427

 

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