Man serving time with ex-cop he alleges violated his rights seeks attorney to press claim against Newport police

CONCORD — The plaintiff in the civil rights lawsuit against former Newport Police Officer Aaron Aldridge is making his third attempt to get a court-appointed attorney. Thaddeus Nye, who is serving time in state prison along with Aldridge, filed a motion last week seeking a court-appointed attorney to represent him in the civil rights case he filed against Aldridge and the Newport Police Department.


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