'Cariol's Law' moves closer to becoming official

“This will help other officers so they don’t have to go through what I went through,” she said.

Holloman-Horne was fired 14 years ago after an incident that she describes as stopping a fellow officer from using a chokehold on a handcuffed suspect.

Thomas A. Rinaldo, the hearing officer who recommended she be fired in 2008, said Holloman-Horne “created a substantial danger to the lives of all involved in the incident” and displayed “unwarranted use of physical force to intervene” and…

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