Have you or your family members been victimized by law enforcement?
Police misconduct comes in many forms:
- Use of excessive force, including shootings or Tasers
- False/wrongful arrest
- Bad arrest warrant
- Illegal searches
- Attack by a police dog
- Discrimination by officers of the law based on race or disability; racial profiling
- Falsified or planted evidence
- Influence of drugs and/or alcohol while on duty
- False imprisonment
Proving that a police officer used excessive force against a citizen can be difficult. The citizen must recount exactly what happened in order to demonstrate police brutality, and this can be very challenging. The victim may be unable to recount exactly what happened, and there are rarely reliable eyewitnesses present when these incidents occur. Things usually happen quickly, making it hard both for the victim to recall or for any witnesses to clearly see and understand.
Don’t let the police or judicial system discount your story as “too unreliable.”
How we can help
We tap into many resources to conduct our own investigation. We work with a team of experienced investigators to paint a full picture of what took place in your case. We know and understand police procedures, and can build a solid case on your behalf. Together, we will fight for justice. No one should be abused by law enforcement.
If you are a lawyer whose client has suffered severe injuries or death from police misconduct, we are here to help. With our experience in civil rights cases, we can help see that justice is done so that your client receives full compensation for all aspects of damages and losses.
Making Arizona Better
Our cases can change negative cultures within law enforcement agencies. Frequently officers feels justified in abusing authority, because colleagues within their agency behave in similar ways. The goal of the civil rights lawyer is to get complete justice for the injured and ensure that law enforcement meets the highest standards of our law so that future injuries are prevented.
Combating governmental misconduct is what we do on a daily basis throughout Arizona. If you or a loved one has been injured, please contact us at 480-948-1212 to discuss your rights.
Contact us today with questions or for a free consultation.