Stand Up to Police Misconduct in Northeastern Oklahoma
Every citizen in Oklahoma and the United States has civil rights granted by the Constitution that must be respected by law enforcement officials. If police officers use excessive force when dealing with suspects, it can result in serious injuries. It is important to hold officers accountable for their actions and to protect people harmed by the excessive use of force.
At the law firm of Brewster & De Angelis, P.L.L.C., in Tulsa, Oklahoma, our attorneys are committed to defending the rights of people who have been harmed or killed by the use of excessive or deadly force. Our lawyers have more than a quarter century of experience and have won significant verdicts and settlements for people and their families.
If you or someone you love has been a victim of misconduct, excessive force or another civil rights violation by police, contact Brewster & De Angelis. Get more information and the experienced representation you deserve.
Police Brutality and Your 4th Amendment Rights
The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States requires officers to act reasonably in their dealings with any citizen. Police officers are allowed to use force in some situations, including deadly force, depending on the circumstances and the actions of suspects. Sometimes, however, officers misuse this authority and use force without the proper justification.
Our attorneys work with experts to conduct intensive, thorough investigations that will look at what happened and whether the actions of police were justified. These cases are often well defended and require attorneys who have a thorough understanding of what they are doing. The law is complicated but our lawyers are fully prepared to provide the assistance you need to feel confident about your case.
Contact Our Firm for More Information
Learn more information about police misconduct in Oklahoma if you or someone you love has been the victim of the excessive use of force. Contact Brewster & De Angelis and get honest advice about your arrest and your options. Call our Tulsa office toll free at 888-398-5628 to make an appointment for an initial consultation.