Coyle Browne Law

Police misconduct

Why our law firm fights against police misconduct and which civil rights are protected against police misconduct

Our civil rights are protected by federal and state law, however, too often people experience civil rights violations at the hands of the police, which is unacceptable. Civil rights protected by law include: freedom from unreasonable searches and seizures, due process rights violations, and protections against cruel and unusual punishments.

We understand how traumatizing it can be for victims of police brutality. Coyle Browne Law protects individuals from civil rights violations committed by police agencies including: excessive force, unjustified deadly force, false arrest, unconstitutional search and seizure, unlawful detention, perjury, false imprisonment, racial profiling, malicious prosecution, or jail custody abuse and neglect.

Remedies for a police misconduct case

When police violate the law, they can be held liable for their illegal conduct. Remedies for victims of police brutality include: emotional distress damages, lost wages and loss of future wages, medical expenses, injunction prohibiting the unlawful practices of the police

How Coyle Browne Law’s police misconduct lawyers can help

If you have been a victim of police brutality, Coyle Browne Law is available for free consultations to investigate and determine whether we can offer to represent you. To begin this process, please contact us by calling 800-421-2594 or emailing team@coylebrownelaw.com

While not required for an initial consultation, it is helpful to prepare in advance:

The specific facts and any records about the incident(s) and the agencies involved;

The names and contact information of any witnesses (if known); and

Copies of any documents or other evidence related to your situation

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Free consultation by a lawyer. If we can take your case, there are no up front costs or fees.

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