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Police Brutality

Police brutality cases involve those occurrences in which police officers or others in positions of authority overstep their authority or abuse their power thereby violating the public trust.

You need an attorney that can stand up for the injured person or family and seek compensation in state court or federal court for the unlawful or unconstitutional conduct.

We need police officers and others to enforce our laws and to serve and protect the public. However, when police officers and others act with unlawful or excessive force or power, they need to be held accountable.

If you have been injured during a police encounter, or by another officer of the state, you need an experienced attorney who knows state and federal laws.

Call Giroux Amburn for a free consultation at 248-717-2008. Our attorneys have extensive experience litigating and trying cases involving police brutality.

Police Brutality includes:

  • Excessive force
  • Unlawful shooting
  • False arrest
  • Sexual harassment

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