Hughes v. California

VERDICT

Trial
06/06/11 – 07/08/11

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Summary

In this Law Enforcement employment litigation proceeding, plaintiff Lieutenant Charles Hughes a union leader alleged State of California of discrimination when State of California State Prison system discharged him of his job at the prison in Lancaster. The plaintiff claimed that his discharge was in retaliation for his reporting illegal racial segregation of inmates and other racial discrimination.

The plaintiff was represented by attorneys Stephen Horvath and Michael Stone. The defendant in this case, State of California and others was represented by attorneys Gabrielle Brumbach and Bruce Reynolds.


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Outcome

Lost Past Earnings: 233,170.06
Lost Past Overtime: 187,221.31
Past Non=Economic:1,000,000
Future Non-Economic: 250,000

Sessions

JUN
22
JUN
28
JUN
29

Recording Disclaimer: This proceeding was recorded in full.

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