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Representation for False Arrest & Police Brutality

Police brutality or misconduct occurs when a law enforcement officer acts in a manner outside of the law and situation at hand. Abuse of their powers and violation of your civil rights can result in serious injury and may entitle you to file a civil rights claim. At Chiariello & Chiariello, we have the knowledge and experience to understand your rights and seek compensation for damages.

Protecting Your Rights, Advocating For Your Reputation

We take these violations seriously, and as your attorneys, we are staunch advocates for your rights. If you are a victim of police brutality, false arrest, or racial profiling, we want to help you uphold your rights by seeking fair and just compensation.

What Constitutes a Lawful Arrest?

In order to make an arrest, a police officer must have probable cause. Without probable cause, the arrest is unlawful and considered a civil rights violation.

Filing Against Illegal Arrests & Mistreatment

If you were harassed, threatened, mistreated, or falsely arrested by law enforcement, you must act quickly and file a claim with the city — under the statutes of limitations, you have 90 days. False arrests driven by racial profiling are morally corrupt and a violation of your civil rights. In addition, physical aggression, abuse, humiliation, and confinement are all grounds for seeking compensation.

Contact Us to Schedule a Free Consultation

At Chiariello & Chiariello, we want to help preserve and protect your reputation. We provide free initial consultations. Should you choose us as your attorneys, we will represent you with integrity and strong ethics.

To schedule your free case evaluation, please contact us at 516-801-8100 today.

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