In June 2015, Fresno attorney Kevin Little announced filing a federal civil rights lawsuit on behalf of two Fresno domestic violence victims. At his left is a wheelchair-bound Pamela Motley, who was shot by her estranged husband. To Little’s right is Yvette Caldera, the daughter of Cindy Raygoza, who was stabbed to death by her former boyfriend. On Jan. 8, 2018, a judge rejected the lawsuit, saying Little showed no evidence that the Fresno Police Department discriminated against domestic violence victims.
In June 2015, Fresno attorney Kevin Little announced filing a federal civil rights lawsuit on behalf of two Fresno domestic violence victims. At his left is a wheelchair-bound Pamela Motley, who was shot by her estranged husband. To Little’s right is Yvette Caldera, the daughter of Cindy Raygoza, who was stabbed to death by her former boyfriend. On Jan. 8, 2018, a judge rejected the lawsuit, saying Little showed no evidence that the Fresno Police Department discriminated against domestic violence victims. JOHN ELLIS Fresno Bee file
In June 2015, Fresno attorney Kevin Little announced filing a federal civil rights lawsuit on behalf of two Fresno domestic violence victims. At his left is a wheelchair-bound Pamela Motley, who was shot by her estranged husband. To Little’s right is Yvette Caldera, the daughter of Cindy Raygoza, who was stabbed to death by her former boyfriend. On Jan. 8, 2018, a judge rejected the lawsuit, saying Little showed no evidence that the Fresno Police Department discriminated against domestic violence victims. JOHN ELLIS Fresno Bee file

Judge rejects lawyer’s police discrimination claim against domestic violence victims

January 15, 2018 11:31 AM