New York Civil Rights Lawyer
When you become the victim of a civil rights violation, it can negatively affect your life in many ways, both emotionally and financially. The attorneys at Shulman & Hill have extensive experience recovering compensation for civil rights violations. It is important to stand up to those in a position of authority who abuse their power and hold them accountable, and we are here to help.
In order to make an arrest, law enforcement must have probable cause or an arrest warrant. It is a false arrest if the police detain you without either. False arrests are illegal and cause significant stress, embarrassment, and potentially the loss of freedom.
If a person is innocent of a crime based on factual evidence or if the proper procedures are not followed and is still convicted of a crime, that conviction is considered to be a wrongful or false conviction. There are a number of reasons why wrongful convictions occur, including due process violations, false confessions, and prosecutorial misconduct.
Police Brutality and Excessive Force
It is against the law for law enforcement to use excessive force. Excessive force can include punching, kicking, choking, verbal abuse, and use of weapons. Even if you are charged with and ultimately convicted of a crime, excessive force is still illegal.
Need a Civil Rights Lawyer? Contact Shulman & Hill
If you believe your rights have been violated, contact Shulman & Hill for a free legal consultation. If you choose to work with us, you will only pay for our services if we win your case.