Freehold Resisting Arrest Lawyers
Police officers will often charge a defendant with obstruction of justice when there is a case involving brutality or police misconduct. If you or someone you love has been accused of obstruction of justice or resisting arrest, it is important to get an experienced attorney involved in your case as soon as possible. You need an independent investigation and an attorney who will fight for your rights against law enforcement officials.
Now is the time for advocacy. Now is the time for action. Now is the time for results. Call 732-702-0333 or contact us online for a free consultation or case evaluation with our Freehold resisting arrest attorneys.
At The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, our attorneys have extensive experience investigating police brutality and police violence cases. If you believe that your civil liberties were violated during an arrest, we will take immediate action to protect your rights and recover the compensation you deserve for your injuries. We know that many cases involving obstruction of justice, eluding an officer or “assaulting an officer” involve acts of police brutality and police misconduct. You have the right to defend yourself. You may also be entitled to compensation for your injuries.
Defend Yourself — Then Seek The Recovery You Deserve
As criminal defense and civil trial lawyers, our legal team can help you both defend the underlying criminal charge as well as recover compensation from a police officer or the department in violation of your civil rights. We are experienced in civil rights violations cases and other cases involving:
No Citizen Should Face Law Enforcement Alone
If you were a victim of racism or another form of police brutality, you have the right to take action against your aggressors. No citizen should have to face an officer or department without the support of an experienced legal team. It is important to get an experienced attorney involved in your case as soon as possible. We will collect and preserve all evidence, consult with witnesses, and work with experts when necessary.
Contact Our New Jersey Obstruction Of Justice Attorneys
For a free consultation or more information about our firm, please contact our Freehold, New Jersey, lawyers by calling 732-702-0333 or contact us online.