Md. lawyer: 'clear flaws' in TASER lawsuit


By Keith L. Martin
The Gazette

FREDERICK, Md. — The attorney representing Frederick County in a $145 million civil lawsuit over the Taser-related death of Jarrel Gray says there are some clear flaws in the complaints against his clients.

"The suit itself ... is in fact a shotgun approach, with a variety of claims that will inevitably fail even before a trial," attorney Daniel Karp said.

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