Adam Gerhardstein was published in the Ohio Association for Justice’s Quarterly Publication. He wrote a piece analyzing whether attorneys should take on an excessive force case:

Andrew Thomas borrowed the wrong car. He was seventeen and wanted to cruise around town with his buddies, but the car was stolen. Police officers recognized the car and followed him into a strip mall. Andrew and his friends went into a candy store, and when they came out three police officers were running towards them. Andrew froze in his tracks, holding an Icee in his hand. Officer Parker grabbed him, lifted him off his feet, body-slammed him to the ground, and then kicked him in the ribs. More on page 11.

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