On the same day that Antwon Rose's family reached a settlement, a US District Court judge dismissed their lawsuit with prejudice.
Aaron Dean, 34, was booked into the Tarrant County Jail and is being held on a $200,000 bond.
Judge Tammy Kemp, who faced backlash after gifting Amber Guyger a bible and hugging the convicted murderer, said that she "could not refuse" the request.
Zechariah Presley was found guilty of violating his oath of office in the June 2018 shooting death of Tony Green following a traffic stop.
Prosecutors argued that the former Dallas cop failed to notice several signs that she was not at the right apartment.
Amber Guyger, who was indicted on a murder charge last year after killing Botham Jean, faces up to life in prison if convicted.
Stephon Clark's two sons, ages 5 and 2, will have the money placed into trust accounts that will be later paid out to them tax-free.
Michael Drejka, who shot and killed Markeis McGlockton over a handicapped parking spot, tried to use Florida's "stand your ground" law as a defense.
NYPD Sgt. Kizy Adonis, who was tasked with supervising the cop who killed Eric Garner, will not face a disciplinary trial.
"I want to apologize to the family of Alton Sterling and his family because [the officer] never should have been hired," Police Chief Murphy Paul said.
Almost five years to the day that Eric Garner was killed, the Justice Department has refused to bring federal charges against Officer Daniel Pantaleo.
Cuyahoga County, Ohio Jail officers Nicholas Evans and Timothy Dugan are facing multiple charges, including felonious assault.
While filling out arrest papers for a dying Eric Garner, NYPD Officer Justin Damico acknowledged that he inflated charges against Garner.
John Smyly, the Boulder, Colorado, officer who initiated contact with Zayd Atkinson that resulted in a tense interaction where several officers drew their guns, was allowed to resign.
Following a brief struggle with 44-year-old Pamela Turner, the unidentified officer draws back from her only to fire his weapon five times.
And honestly, she doesn't have to.
The woman, identified by family as 44-year-old Pamela Turner, was shot an killed by a Baytown Officer who was attempting to arrest her.