This case involves a 35-year-old deaf and mute woman who was falsely accused of a theft after leaving a mall. As the woman was driving home via the highway, several highway patrol troopers stopped her, pulled her out of the vehicle with excessive force, and beat her. The use of force was briefly captured on the police car camera, but the officers eventually took the woman out of the camera’s view and allegedly continued to beat her. The woman was then taken to the emergency room and was never provided an interpreter. In spite of the extent of her injuries, she was sent to jail. She was never provided an interpreter while in jail. It was several days before it was discovered that the woman had been falsely accused. It was alleged that this use of force violated constitutional law and the American’s with Disabilities Act.