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Police Excessive Force

Most police officers are great public servants who do their jobs with courage and conviction. However, some officers abuse their authority and the trust we place in them by unnecessarily beating someone, macing them, tasing them, shooting them, or even killing them. That's not right—and it's illegal. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits officers from using excessive force.

Minnesota Police Excessive Force Attorney

As a civil rights lawyer, I work in Minnesota and beyond to prosecute excessive force claims against law enforcement officers. While these cases can be difficult, I have successfully represented victims of police brutality and excessive force in places such as Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, and Nevada. I commit for the long haul and have what it takes to fight for justice in these and other cases involving police misconduct.

Related Topics:

Police Misconduct
Wrongful Death
Unlawful Arrest
Unlawful Search and Seizure
Police Shootings
Police Brutality
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