Police Brutality Lawyers for All
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. The way to justice is through an experienced police brutality lawyer.
If you’ve been a victim of police brutality, it might feel like you have nowhere to turn. Fighting the police might seem way over your head and too much to handle. That’s why police brutality lawyers exist. They take care of everything for you.
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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 police brutality settlements.
Victims who received financial compensation for their injuries are the ones who hired an experienced police brutality lawyer.
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Types of Police Brutality and Misconduct
Police officers who abuse their power are subject to legal consequences, just like everyone else. When that abuse leads to serious injuries, or worse, death, you and your family could be eligible for financial compensation. There are a variety of ways police officers abuse their authority:
• Excessive force
• Sexual assault
• Taser injuries
• Racial profiling
• Wrongful shootings
• Illegal search and seizure
• Forced confessions
• False imprisonment
• Prison abuse
Legally, police officers may control a situation using a minimal amount of force required, but bodily harm to civilians and inmates is unacceptable. It is also illegal to deny you 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.
You have rights, whether you’re a citizen or not. Hire a police brutality lawyer to get justice. Call 1-800-380-8080.
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Victims of police brutality and misconduct have relied on 1-800-THE-LAW2 to find high-quality legal representation since 1985. Our police brutality lawyers have won numerous verdicts and settlements for victims. We’ll help you connect with the best police brutality lawyer for your case anytime, any day. We’re 24/7, 365 days a year.
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