Legendary NYC Civil Rights Attorney
Understanding Civil Rights Violations
Police officers, sheriff’s deputies and other law enforcement personnel are paid with our tax dollars “to serve and protect” us.
Unfortunately, citizens all too often are injured by unreasonable use of force and unnecessary violence by the very people who are supposed to be protecting them.
The Numerous Types Of Civil Rights Violations
A person’s civil rights can be violated in many ways, including:
- Police brutality
- False arrest
- Malicious prosecution
- Cruel and unusual punishment
- Failing to accommodate a disability
- Profiling suspects based on racism or sexism
- Infringement of free speech
- Unreasonable use of force by police
- Unjustified use of Tasers or stun guns
- Abuse of prisoners or inmates
- Police shootings of unarmed individuals
- Rape or sexual abuse of persons in custody
No one should have to be mistreated by police officers, prison workers or other government employees.
Pursuing Compensation, Accountability For Official Misconduct
If you have been injured by the police or subjected to physical abuse by guards or correctional officers while in jail or prison, you may have a claim for violation of your civil rights to pursue compensation for the pain and suffering you have experienced.
A civil rights lawsuit can also hold the guilty party accountable for misconduct, discouraging that person from ever doing such a thing to someone else.
Standing Up For People In New York City Harmed By Police Brutality, Prison Guard Abuse, And Other Misconduct
During the past 35 years, Samuel Gregory with the Law Offices of Samuel Gregory, P.C., has proven himself to be one of the toughest and most talented trial lawyers in New York. From law offices in Brooklyn, he offers free consultations to anyone who has been subjected to police beatings, police brutality or mistreatment by government employees anywhere in New York.
What To Expect When Filing A Civil Rights Claim
If attorney Sam Gregory takes on your civil rights case, he will take a detailed statement about the facts and launch a full investigation. If the case is valid, he will file a comprehensive summons and complaint in federal or state court.
Like many cases that travel through the court system, your case will take time — but it will be worth the wait.