Police Brutality

Has someone you know complained that an officer treated them violently or physically abused them in uniform? Have you or someone close to you been put in the hospital by the authorities under questionable circumstances? Or do you know a family member, neighbor, or friend who was shot and killed by the police without there being a clear reason why? Unreasonable Force, Excessive Force, Police Brutality Excessive force or police brutality cases, require truly extraordinary effort and advocacy

If you answered yes to any of the above, then you must get a lawyer to help you understand whether a police misconduct case exists. These cases, also known as excessive force or police brutality cases, require truly extraordinary effort and advocacy. The DiCello Law Firm provides just that. Read more to learn about what it means to be the victim of police brutality or excessive force.

Excessive Force?

Police officers sometimes turn their duty to enforce the law into an opportunity to physically hurt someone. Handcuffs are put on too tight. Punches are made to the head and face. Bones are broken. Guns are fired. Lives suffer and are lost. When the police use force that is unreasonable under the circumstances, victims are able to sue the city police department that caused them to undergo excessive force at the hands of one or more police officers.

Citizens Rights

Very rarely, police officers act in a way that shows a reckless disregard for the rights or life of a citizen. Making this situation all the more difficult, when the unreasonable force occurs, officers very rarely have the ability to address the issue with the overly-aggressive officer. The politics of the department don’t support that kind of thing. The victim is often too afraid to contact the chief. And the community suffers as it deals with the consequences: a loss of faith in the department, a loss of trust, and a loss of respect for all of the officers.


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This type of Civil Rights lawsuit involves a claim for excessive force, sometimes called police brutality. Federal law and every state has laws that allow the victim of police brutality or excessive force to make a claim for compensation. To find out what laws apply to your case, contact The DiCello Law Firm.

Accusing the police of unreasonable force is a very serious matter. The DiCello Law Firm investigates and prosecutes these kinds of cases for the victims. With medical bills, mental or physical scars, and in rare cases serious physical harm or death, the aftermath of police brutality ruins lives and ruins departments.

The Constitution ensures we are all equal before the law, and we are equally protected by it. The DiCello Law Firm believes that when a victim of police brutality has had his body wounded or maimed by the horrendous violence of an unreasonable use of police force, justice requires that the victim and his family be compensated. The money that can be won in these cases by The DiCello Law Firm gives victims a chance to pay bills, get treatment, return to work, and maybe send a message to a few bad cops that the United States of America is not a place where police officers get to do whatever they want, whenever they want.

To learn more, don’t wait. Contact The DiCello Law Firm immediately. Someone will get back to you and give you the help and advice you or your family member or friend deserve.