“United States Court of Appeals denies Irving Detective’s Qualified Immunity”
The post-exoneration journey is daunting for many former inmates. Donald Wayne Good spent more than thirteen years and seven months in prison for a crime he did not commit. Now, Mr. Good wants the truth behind this tragedy to come out; he wants to be able to show what he had endured for so many years, for something he had not done. Good retained the services of M&A Law Firm, to file suit a federal action against City of Irving and the Detective for violating his rights under the Constitution when the Irving Police Detective Intentionally manipulated a photographic lineup in an effort to procure a false identification from the victim in a rape case. Mr. Good has been fighting for justice since 1983, and on March 23, 2010, by the United States Court of Appeals denying Irving Detective’s request for a rehearing on the issue of Qualified Immunity, Mr. Good has come one more step closer to being able to show what had endured for so many years. Click here to view the detailed case information.