Police Misconduct Lawyer – John R. Williams and Associates, LLC
If you have been the victim of police misconduct, either because of assault, illegal searches, or false arrest, you have the right to make the offending authorities pay significant compensatory and punitive damages. Here at the Law Office of John R. Williams and Associates, LLC in New Have, Connecticut, we hold police responsible for their actions because we believe that no one should have to suffer because of incompetent and brutal police tactics. Police misconduct includes:
Our lead attorney, John R. Williams, offers clients over 34 years of legal experience in police misconduct litigation. Mr. Williams has successfully helped people stand up for their right to be free from police brutality in many cases.
If your misconduct case is successful, a money judgment can include compensatory damages, damages for emotional distress, and potentially substantial punitive damages.
If you are facing difficult issues in the area of police misconduct, you need to be competently represented in order to be successful. Our seasoned criminal defense lawyers have handled many police misconduct cases. We know the law in this area and we can effectively represent your interests in state or federal court.
Contact the Law Office of John R. Williams and Associates, LLC as soon as possible after you have suffered because of police abuse and misconduct. Your right to bring a lawsuit will be cut off if you delay too long before bringing the suit. Contact John R. Williams by calling us at (203) 562-9931 or by filling out our online contact form.
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