Freehold Police Brutality Lawyers
Police brutality involves more than the victimization of a single individual. It is a violation of civil liberties and public trust. At The Law Office of Mallon & Tranger, we are committed to helping victims of police brutality obtain compensation for their injuries and ensure that police officers are held liable for any civil rights violations.
New Jersey Police Misconduct Lawyers — Representing Victims Of Police Brutality
Police do not have the authority to use excessive or unnecessary physical force during or after an arrest. And while Amnesty International proclaims that police brutality in the United States is at epidemic levels, pursuing these cases is difficult. “Problem officers” often file false reports claiming that injuries resulted from resisting arrest or that injuries were self-inflicted in a jail cell. In addition, prosecutors tend to give more credibility to police officers than to criminal suspects, and officers tend to stick to the blue code of silence.
Attorneys With 40 Years In Civil And Criminal Practice
Thomas J. Mallon personally handles all our police brutality cases. Certified in civil trial law, he has more than 25 years of experience handling criminal defense matters, including seven excessive force cases in the city of Seaside.
Charges Involving Police Brutality And Civil Remedies
In addition to suffering abuse at the hands of an officer, victims are often slapped with additional charges to justify the offense. If you were recently charged with obstruction of justice, our attorneys will aggressively defend you against your underlying criminal charges and seek civil compensation for your injuries. These charges may involve or include:
- Resisting arrest
- Assaulting an officer
- Obstruction of justice