Advocating For Victims Of Discrimination And Police Brutality
The U.S. Constitution as well as state and federal laws guarantees our freedoms and rights. A civil rights violation occurs when these freedoms and rights are ignored and disrespected. From employment discrimination to hate crimes, we are all safeguarded under the Bill of Rights.
We at The Stuckey Firm, LLC, in Springfield and Columbus offer professional yet voracious legal representation throughout Ohio and West Virginia in the area of civil rights and police misconduct. We aim to fight back against police brutality, overturn polling place injustices, check the abuse of power in prisons, fight discrimination in housing and the workplace, confront unreasonable search and seizure practices, and right other wrongs.
We are here to protect your civil rights. We will treat you with respect and dignity as we fight to vindicate the violation of your rights and obtain fair compensation after you have been injured through brutality or police misconduct.
Standing Up Against Police Misconduct Through Criminal Defense And Injury Claims
A police officer’s duty is to protect and serve every person of every race, gender and background. What happens if these people of authority do not protect us? If you feel your civil rights have been violated due to police brutality or other abusive situations involving authority and power structures, it is critical to call our experienced, respected civil rights attorney.
Civil litigator Nathan J. Stuckey will fight for you aggressively and be by your side with one-on-one attention to every detail of your civil rights matter. We’ll fight the system if you’ve suffered personal injury and harm from law enforcement misconduct.
We defend and represent those who have experienced civil rights violations and police brutality in these and other ways:
- Discrimination on the basis of race and sex, on the job and elsewhere: You may have suffered the effects of employment discrimination, had trouble renting an apartment or getting a loan, or been the target of a hate crime. You deserve to be heard. A skillful attorney can explain your rights and legal options.
- Excessive force and other types of misconduct: Some of the most common forms of abuse by law enforcement are false arrests, unjustified vehicle pursuits, unlawful stops and frisks, and unlawful search and seizure. If you experienced any such wrongs, seek the counsel of an accomplished criminal defense and civil rights attorney. At the same time, explore your right to pursue compensation for physical and psychological injuries.
- Wrongful convictions: When the justice system lets down a defendant, this injustice must be corrected. Constitutional rights extend to all during all phases of criminal cases, including prosecution and trials.
- Violation of rights in prison or any type of detention: Inmates and detainees deserve to be treated humanely and with dignity. The abuse of prisoners, prison assaults and prison suicides are all signs of authorities’ failure to uphold their responsibility to protect people whom they watch over.
Were You Harmed By Police Brutality And Excessive Force?
If you feel you have been a victim of police misconduct, you have legal rights. Whether the incident was physical and/or emotional, your suffering is worthy of mighty advocacy. The principle of the matter is as important, if not more important than any settlement or verdict you may have coming through a personal injury claim. Let us ensure justice is served. Our tenacious, yet compassionate lawyer is ready to evaluate your details and determine if you can take legal action.
Learn More About Your Rights With Our Free Consultation
Our lawyer has the experience and resources to help you in the face of civil rights violations. Excessive force and brutality are wrong, and we are prepared to right those wrongs if you have been harmed in the process. Winning your case may make a difference for others in the future. Get started today. Contact us online or call 937-471-3837 to set up a free, no-obligation consultation.