Class Eligibility

You are in the class if you were issued a summons without probable cause that was later dismissed for legal or facial insufficiency. More specifically individuals who received a Criminal Court Summons by an NYPD officer, whose summons was dismissed by the court for facial or legal insufficiency and lacked probable cause from the start of the class period, May 25, 2007, through January 25, 2017.

Estimated Amount

$150

Proof of Purchase

N/A

Case Name

Stinson, et al. v. The City of New York, et al.,
Case No. 10-cv-4228 (RWS)
District Court for the Southern District of New York

Case Summary

In May 25, 2010, the Class Representatives filed this lawsuit, on behalf of themselves and a class of individuals who had received C Summonses from members of the NYPD, claiming that the City of New York, through the NYPD had illegally stopped, seized, arrested, and issued summonses to these individuals in the absence of probable cause in response to a summons quota within the NYPD.

Settlement Pool

75,000,000

Deadline

05/24/2017

Contact


Stinson v. City of New York
c/o Rust Consulting Inc.
P.O. Box 2574
Faribault, MN 55021-9574
1-877-552-1290
info@NYPDSummons.com

2 responses to “NYPD Criminal Summons Class Action Settlement”

  1. tessa says:

    I need help with something similar to this case. Anoka County issued some 30,000 warrants years back when they were putting their records on line for the first time for anybody that had missing paperwork. My original warrant had been dismissed and then was recalled due to missing paperwork. For instance their was bail paid twice and there is no record of that and the state I was arrested in for this felony has a record showing it was dismissed. I would like to return home but this is no a body only warrant. please help.

    ADMIN – Hi Tessa,

    We are simply a website that informs individuals about class action settlements. We are unable to assist you on the matter you are sharing with us.

  2. Anna Digangi says:

    I received a summons for parking a car where it said no parking. I was sitting right near the car. This was on 36st street and first ave. The police man said I was not sitting in the car and she gave me a ticket for $130.00. I paid it very much against my will.

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