PRLog - Jan. 26, 2014 - NEW YORK -- Charlene Feliciano had filed her Amended Complaint in The Eastern District of New York on September 23, 2013, after an April 3, 2013, Incident involving the NYPD. According to the Amended Complaint, Ms. Feliciano had been home at her NYCHA residence when she received a call from a concerned neighbor. The neighbor advised Ms. Feliciano that her nephew was being arrested by NYPD agents and Ms. Feliciano went outside to see what was going on. Ms. Feliciano was especially concerned for her nephew because he suffered from diabetes and had several toes amputated.
The Amended Complaint went on to allege that after inquiring of the NYPD Officers about the facts and circumstances of her nephew's arrest, Ms. Feliciano was then threatened that she must, "want to get locked-up too," and was then arrested and charged with Obstructing Governmental Administration and Resisting Arrest. At her arraignment, the matter was adjourned in contemplation of dismissal acd and she subsequently filed a Lawsuit agianst the NYPD. Causes of action within her Amended Complaint included False Arrest, Unreasonbale Force, Malicious Abuse of Process and a claim against the City of New York.
Michael J. Redenburg represented Charlene Feliciano and more information about his practice can be found here http://www.mjrlaw-
Michael J. Redenburg, Esq. PC
150 Broadway, Room 808
New York, NY 10038