Detroit Police Union: Stay Relief Should Be Denied; City Must Indemnify Officers

Detroit Police Union: Stay Relief Should Be Denied; City Must Indemnify Officers

DETROIT - The union representing police officers for the bankrupt City of Detroit on Oct. 12 filed a brief objecting to a motion seeking relief from the automatic stay to pursue litigation against individual police officers on grounds that the only party that can indemnify the officers who have been sued by a Detroit resident is the city itself (In Re: City of Detroit, No. 13-53846, Chapter 9, E.D. Mich. Bkcy.).

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