Via Anne Reed, this Above the Law post about . . .
. . . a California misdemeanor case in which the defense is claiming that police brutalized their client with a stun gun during his arrest at a shopping mall last year.
That’s because the defense team is now being criminally investigated for allegedly violating human experimentation laws by repeatedly using a stun gun on their client themselves during an evidence-gathering effort in a law office.
Here’s the original ABA Journal article.
For the record, Defending People opposes the use of nonlethal force against clients. Unless it’s absolutely necessary.