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That leaves civil lawsuits as victims’ primary route for seeking legal redress and financial compensation when a police encounter goes wrong.
The party seeking redress, must have been deceived, and also injured by the deceit in order to recover.
It is true that the damages one may recover, however great, may be an inadequate redress, yet it is the best the law can do.
Another injury for which the law furnishes redress is that affecting reputation and character.
Some rioting followed on the rejection of the bill, and the masters promised redress, but soon broke their word.
While every other colony was bidding defiance to Britain, this alone submissively applied to her for redress of grievances.
After some futile attempts at relief and redress, M. Rochefort took himself off and set up his paper in Belgium.
He had applied to Perceval for redress, and the inevitable refusal inflamed his crazy resentment.
The Assembly once more refused to grant supplies without redress of grievances.
THE CANADIAN DOMINIONOSCAR D. SKELTON
A black man living among the whites has killed one of my people and I wish to know who is to give me redress.
FOUR AMERICAN INDIANSEDSON L. WHITNEY

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