Are You A Victim Of Police Misconduct?
Were you stopped on the street and charged with disorderly conduct while doing nothing illegal?
Were you beaten by police only because you fit a racial profile?
Did the police charge you with a crime and the judge tossed it out as baseless as soon as you stepped in front of him?
The above incidents are referred to as false arrest, excessive force and malicious prosecution. If you believe you were the victim of baseless charges by a police officer, you may find that your constitutional rights have been violated in the process.
We Know How To Protect Your Civil Rights
By holding the police accountable when they act wrongfully, we keep the power of the government in check. The attorneys at Sakkas, Cahn & Weiss, LLP are experienced at analyzing police reports and they know how law enforcement departments put together cases. If the police have engaged in a violation of your constitutional rights, our attorneys can help.
Be Aware: You Have Time Limitations
As evidenced in our notable verdicts and settlements, we know how to obtain compensation for the victims of police misconduct.
These actions have time limitations called statutes of limitations and require immediate attention. If you need legal assistance with a claim involving police misconduct, contact the attorneys at Sakkas, Cahn & Weiss, LLP for a free consultation: 212-571-7171.
We have recovered millions for our clients — let our experience work for you.