New York City will have to settle or go to trial on claims the police engage in the widespread pattern of unconstitutional stops and frisks of black and Latino men, a federal judge ruled yesterday.

Southern District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin denied the bulk of the city’s motion for summary judgment in the putative class action of Floyd v. The City of New York, 08 Civ. 1034.

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