The officers -- big surprise -- were cleared, while Mr. Castellani -- shocking! -- was indicted on charges that could have put him away for 10 years. Last week, according to his attorney, Jennifer Bonjean, he entered a pretrial diversion program that will leave his record clean. She has filed a federal civil suit on his behalf. Ms. Bonjean wants to force Atlantic City, where, she says, "They don't discipline their officers," to either stop using canines, or accept some kind of oversight. "This isn't the 19-frickin'-50s," she says.