When innocent bystanders go to court over injuries received during a police pursuit in Missouri, they face an uphill battle trying to receive damages from police departments.
When innocent bystanders go to court over injuries received during a police pursuit in Missouri, they face an uphill battle trying to receive damages from police departments.
When innocent bystanders go to court over injuries received during a police pursuit in Missouri, they face an uphill battle trying to receive damages from police departments.

Innocent victims of police pursuits in Missouri are often out of luck

July 02, 2015 3:00 AM

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