Police Brutality Is Wrong
Holding Law Enforcement Accountable
Police are here to protect and serve. But the law requires them to use their powers safely and responsibly. Most cops do their job right. However, there are bad apples in every batch. As a result, police cause serious injury or even death to individuals. When public servants abuse their trust or violate other’s civil rights, you need experienced trial lawyers on your side. Zukerberg and Halperin will fight on your side.
Have you been subjected to one of the following at the hands of law enforcement?
- False arrest
- False imprisonment
- Abuse of power
- Police misconduct
- Excessive force
- Racial profiling
- Sexual assault
- Wrongful shootings
- Injuries from tasers or stun guns
Report police misconduct to our DC lawyers during a free case evaluation!
What Should I Do if I Faced Police Misconduct?
Because of the power that police officers hold and the serious injury that their misconduct can create, dealing with an instance of excessive force or misconduct can be an extremely difficult task.
Your first priority should always be protecting yourself, comply with the officer’s requests as best as possible, and be non-aggressive. While this may not always work, it can significantly reduce your risk of injury or death. Once the incident is over, it is important to seek immediate medical attention if necessary and contact an experienced and knowledgeable civil rights attorney right away.
Contact our lawyers if your civil rights were violated by the police!
Contact Our Washington DC Civil Rights Lawyers Immediately!
At Zukerberg & Halperin, PLLC, we are committed to holding law enforcement accountable for their misconduct.
While they are allowed to use force, it should only be the minimum amount required to control the situation at hand. If they fail to abide by their duties, uphold civil rights, and protect citizens, victims may be able to pursue legal action. Our Washington DC civil rights attorneys are well-prepared to take your case and fight for the justice and fair compensation that you deserve.
Call us at (202) 232-6400 and schedule your free, no-obligation consultation!