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Suing the Police for Excessive Force 

Police misconduct, false arrest, assault and civil rights violations


When a police officer uses excessive force or a wrongful police shooting results in death or serious injury, compensation may be available

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Help for Victims of Police Misconduct 
Tel: (248) 281-6299
Have your civil rights been violated? Are you a victim of police misconduct? This includes wrongful arrests and excessive force in the form of police brutality and unjustified police shootings. If you believe that you or a loved one has had their civil rights violated by the actions of police, contact our police misconduct attorneys at (248) 281-6299 today. We have years of experience in the field and can aid you in finding compensation for the losses you have suffered.
Types of Police Misconduct


Types of police misconduct may include, but are not limited to, the following:


Police brutality: the use of unwarranted excessive force, often causing in physical harm

Police corruption: the abuse of power for personal gain, such as professional or financial advancement

Sexual misconduct or abuse: forcing non-consensual sexual behavior upon another individual

Intimidation: intentionally provoking fear or injury or harm for the officer’s personal gain

Racial profiling: the use of an individual’s ethnicity or race as a key factor when determining to engage police enforcement

False arrest and imprisonment: the custody or imprisonment of an individual without probable cause or court order

False confession: inducing an incorrect confession through coercion, or by the confessor’s mental disorder or incompetency

False or forge evidence: providing evidence that was fabricated or illegally obtained


What to Do at the Scene

First, if you feel threatened by a police officer or witness a police officer brutalizing another person, remain calm and try to record as many details as possible. Smartphones are invaluable tools, as almost every smartphone has some sort of video camera. If recording is not an option, do your best to remain calm and remember as many pertinent details as possible. After the incident, take the time to write down everything you saw and gather information from other witnesses.

We Will Take on the Police Department

We are trial lawyers, ready to go up against major opponents. To do this, we must take great care and thoroughly prepare the case. If you are considering getting in touch with us to take action, we encourage you to immediately start documenting. Keep medical records. Take photos of injuries. If there were witnesses, compile their names. Every detail could make a difference as we build your case to go up against the police.

Call (248) 281-6299 If you need a Michigan Lawyer in Detroit area and Wayne County