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Law Enforcement Abuse

Law enforcement abuse is a hot topic these days after several instances that have made national news both nationally and in our own backyard here in Texas. From beatings to shootings of individuals, it has brought law enforcement to the court rooms with injured victims or their families demanding justice.

Reasons For A Law Enforcement Abuse Lawsuit

Law enforcement is automatically granted qualified immunity from lawsuits. This protects officers from having to worry about lawsuits when they are trying to do their job.  It is believed to help them do their job more effectively.  Although they are immune, they can be sued if it is shown that they willfully acted in an unreasonable manner. Reasons for a law enforcement abuse lawsuit include:

Filing A Police Brutality/Law Enforcement Abuse Lawsuit

The first step in filing a lawsuit is to speak to an attorney right away. These cases can be very complicated and difficult to try in court.  This means it is important to have an attorney experienced in these types of cases that have been successful.

If you have been at the receiving end of police brutality or law enforcement abuse, you probably feel alone, scared and clueless about what to do. The importance of fighting back against these transgressions, however, cannot be overemphasized. By doing so, you can prevent others from going through the same thing. A law enforcement abuse attorney from The Carlson Law Firm can help.

Contact An Experienced Law Enforcement Abuse Attorney

If you or someone you know believe you have a case against an officer for misconduct, contact The Carlson Law Firm for a free consultation. Law enforcement abuse is a serious issue that both changed and taken lives forever.  Our police brutality attorneys understand the complexity of these cases and have the ability to take them to court.  Call us today to learn your rights.

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