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Oakland to pay $4.5 million for protester's brain injury

The city of Oakland, California, will pay $4.5 million to a protester who was injured during a demonstration in 2011. The victim, an Iraq War veteran, suffered a skull fracture when he was shot with a beanbag round that was fired during the protest. That impact led to traumatic brain injuries that included hemorrhaging, and the 26-year-old man also suffered a broken vertebrae.

Man causes brain injury to brother while slaying parents

A man who now lives in Seattle, Washington, returned to his family home in California because he wanted to murder his entire family, according to police. He could face the death penalty for this charges since the police are saying that the whole incident was premeditated. They have not yet found a motive for the crime, however, but it is fairly clear what the man did due to the retrieval of the murder weapon.

California wrongful death case results in $8.8 million settlement

A sheriff's deputy crash in Kern County has resulted in an extended legal case. That case involved wrongful death claims that stemmed directly from the crash. On Friday, Feb. 28, Kern County reached a total of $8.8 million in settlements to resolve those claims.

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