I have checked into this story, and it just doesn’t add up. I hope this woman find the right lawyer to help her win the case of the century.
It took four weeks after the state lab said the cotton candy was not an illegal substance and contained no illegal substance, four weeks! The deputies were not trained in using the drug kit, and the county was advised the drug kits were defective with abnormally high false positives.
Dasha Fincher was held on one million dollars cash bond because she did not have the cash to post bond. She will never encounter the problem of not being able to post a million dollar cash bond because she will receive many millions of dollars from the county.
If I were on the jury, I would recommend $10 million in punitive damages. This situation was atrocious and given the facts, the actions of the county taking four weeks to release the women is unconscionable.
A Georgia woman spent three months in jail after two deputies said a field test of a blue substance found in a car she was in turned up positive for methamphetamine.
But it wasn’t meth. It was cotton candy.
Dasha Fincher claims that while she was in jail she missed several major life events, including the birth of twin grandchildren, and was refused medical care for a broken hand and ovarian cyst.
Now she’s filed a lawsuit against Monroe County and the three officers involved for wrongful imprisonment and violating her civil rights. The lawsuit also targets Sirchie Acquisition Company, the maker of the field kit the deputies used to produce the mistaken test result.
Source: Fox 6 Now
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