Police Brutality

Serv­ing as a police or law enforce­ment offi­cer is a priv­i­lege. Unfor­tu­nately, some police or law enforce­ment offi­cers should not be afforded the right to wear a badge. Many police depart­ments have long­stand­ing and sys­temic fail­ures to dis­ci­pline and oth­er­wise police their own. Many police depart­ments have cus­toms, poli­cies, and prac­tices that have made it almost impos­si­ble to effec­tively dis­ci­pline vio­lent and dis­hon­est offi­cers. Some police offi­cers engage in a code of silence and per­mit a sys­tem that allows other police offi­cers to pro­lif­er­ate the cycle of vio­lence that much too often plagues our com­mu­ni­ties. The actions and inac­tions of many police depart­ments have fos­tered and prop­a­gated a sub­cul­ture of offi­cers who openly engage in dis­hon­esty, police bru­tal­ity, and exces­sive force.

Devoted Lawyers Fight­ing Against False Arrest

At Rathod | Mohamedb­hai LLC, our team of trial attor­neys have suc­cess­fully rep­re­sented many mem­bers of the com­mu­nity in cases involv­ing police bru­tal­ity, police mis­con­duct and abuse, false arrest or wrong­ful arrest, and exces­sive force. We will inves­ti­gate your mat­ter to ensure that your Fourth Amend­ment rights and other fed­er­ally pro­tected rights were not violated.

Wrong­ful Arrest Attorneys

We have exten­sive expe­ri­ence in Fourth Amend­ment vio­la­tions based on exces­sive force; Fourth Amend­ment vio­la­tions based on false arrest and unlaw­ful seizure; con­sti­tu­tional fail­ure to train and/or super­vise; Fourth and Four­teenth Amend­ment vio­la­tions based on unlaw­ful entry; Fourth and Four­teenth Amend­ment vio­la­tions of pro­ce­dural due process based on mali­cious pros­e­cu­tion; and Fourth and Four­teenth Amend­ment vio­la­tions of pro­ce­dural due process based on vin­dic­tive pros­e­cu­tion. We work with experts in use of force and polic­ing stan­dards to assess the facts of your matter.