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Allegation

In law, a claim that a party to a proceeding makes and states that he/she is able to prove. For example, one may allege in a lawsuit that another party has committed fraud. If the second party is found liable for fraud, one is said to have proven one's allegation.
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The second, relating to events preceding the actual use of deadly force, alleges that policy and procedural violations leading up to the officer's use of deadly force caused the situation that ultimately justified the officer's use of deadly force.
From there, various associates picked up the packages and sent them to Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota and other Midwest locations, court documents allege.
The complaint further alleges that Commerce, through massive political campaign contributions to politicians in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, regularly violated Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board's rule G-37.
The complaint alleges that Brooklyn-based Parallel Management Group served as the centerpiece around which the fraudulent activities revolved and was the center for laundering the proceeds from the illegal medical and management corporations.
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The suit alleges that after retaining Hovsepian and forwarding to Honda an application for the Hammonton franchise, Flynn and Mendelsohn received a letter from Hovsepian demanding a $250,000 kickback in return for a letter of intent, which would have virtually guaranteed Flynn and Mendelsohn the Hammonton franchise.
The suit also alleges CNX's intentional interference with GeoMet's existing and prospective third-party business relationships in efforts to harm GeoMet and improve CNX's position and corporate and financial interests.
The Supreme Court has instructed lower courts that the first step in determining qualified immunity is to decide whether the plaintiff alleges a constitutional violation at all.
The lawsuit alleges claims for conspiracy, tortious interference with contractual relations, and aiding and abetting breach of fiduciary duties.