Police Brutality / Wrongful Arrest
Are You A Victim of Police Brutality?
Although most police officers police officers behave as valued public servants, there are a few who abuse their power, violate their oath as peace officers and trounce the rights of the public. Police misconduct is not merely a problem, it is illegal.
Perhaps the best known example of misconduct is brutality. Police misconduct also includes improper search and seizure, harassment and racism in law enforcement. Victims of police misconduct can be injured, wrongfully convicted of crimes, wrongfully incarcerated and may face social stigmatization. Citizens are protected against police misconduct by both the Federal Constitution and the Maryland Declaration of Rights.
- Wrongfully Incarcerated ,
- Rights Deprived
- Improper Search & Seizure
- Unusual & Excessive Force
- Detention without Probable Cause
Because cases against police officers are difficult to win, many lawyers refuse to accept this type of case. The lawyers at Iamele & Iamele, L.L.P., however, believe that these cases are important and integral to out democracy. The firm has investigated and successfully litigated numerous police misconduct cases in both the State and Federal Courts. Our success has prompted many Maryland lawyers to refer their police misconduct cases to Iamele & Iamele, L.L.P. If you feel you are the victim of an illegal arrest..that led to a period of imprisonment or excessive force causing physical injuries, please call our offices at (410) 779-6160 to speak with an attorney.