Recent Blog Posts
We hear stories of false arrests all the time. Many have to do with racial or ethnic profiling, or just poor and hasty police work conducted by law enforcement. False arrests happen all the time, which means its important to understand when there may be a false arrest claim that can lead to a… Read More »
When we think of police brutality, or the use of excessive force by police we often think of physical abuse, or the use of deadly weapons. While these types of cases are common, there are other ways that law enforcement can violate its duties to only use the force necessary to handle a given… Read More »
In the movies or on TV, destruction of evidence is not only common, but fuels the plot of many courtroom dramas. The sight of someone secretly shredding the papers or burning the evidence that is needed to win a case is a compelling and dramatic sight on screen. In real life, however, destroying evidence… Read More »
We all know that police officers have to be given freedom to do their job. Officers do difficult and dangerous work, and often using force is a necessary part of their job. This is why civil suits that allege damages for excessive force can be so difficult to prove. The Standard for Police Brutality… Read More »
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