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Police brutality, also known as police misconduct, is the use of excessive and/or unnecessary force by a police office when dealing with a civilian. Excessive use of force usually meaning, force beyond what would typically be necessary to have a situation handled.


If you feel as if you have been the victim of police brutality, excessive force, or police misconduct, then you may be the victim of civil rights violations.


Some examples may include:


  • Use of excessive force while making your arrest
    or during your criminal investigation

  • Making false or misleading
    statements in the police report

  • Warrant less searches and arrests

  • Racial profiling

  • Planting evidence

  • Witness coercion

  • Improper seizure of assets or property,
    including cash

  • Denying you the right to an attorney

Are you the victim of police brutality?
Call us at 813.606.4533 or use the contact form and let us help you today.

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