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Take Action Against Police Misconduct

Studies show that police brutality is on the rise. In just one year, there were nearly 6,000 incidences of police brutality reported and more than $347 million paid in related settlements. Police officers may be enforcers of the law, but they aren’t above the law. If a police officer uses excessive force, makes a false arrest, or wrongfully shoots someone, they must be held accountable. Get justice by taking legal action with the help of a police misconduct lawyer.

Don’t feel intimidated! We provide a free consultation with an attorney who can fight on your behalf. Your experienced attorney will listen to your case and provide legal recommendations, ensure you understand your rights, and explain what happens after a claim has been filed. If you decide to proceed, your police misconduct lawyer and his or her team will take charge when it comes to filing paperwork, carrying out their own investigation, and collecting relevant evidence.

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Types of Police Brutality and Misconduct

Police officers are subject to legal consequences, just like everyone else. When their authority leads to serious injuries, or worse, death, you and your family could be eligible for financial compensation. Here are some examples of ways police officers may abuse their authority:

  • Excessive force
  • Sexual assault
  • Taser injuries
  • Racial profiling
  • Wrongful shootings
  • Illegal search and seizure
  • Forced confessions
  • False imprisonment
  • Prison abuse

It is also illegal for police officers to deny basic constitutional rights, such as the right to remain silent; the right to refuse consent to a search of yourself, your car, or your home; the right to leave if you are not under arrest; and the right to an attorney.

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Types of Police Brutality and Misconduct

Don’t let bad behavior from law enforcement destroy your life. You have rights, whether you’re a citizen or not. Victims of police brutality and misconduct have relied on us to find high-quality legal representation for more than 30 years. Our misconduct lawyers have won numerous verdicts and settlements for victims.

We’ll help you connect with a lawyer for your case 24 hours, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. Our representatives can take your call in English and Spanish.