Wrongful Incarceration

Protect Your Fourth Amendment Rights in Oklahoma

Police officers and other law enforcement officials have a responsibility to treat suspects and individuals convicted of crimes in a reasonable manner. The wrongful incarceration of citizens is a violation of the 4th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, whether it is locking up a person for a crime he or she did not commit, or it is treating that suspect poorly while in confinement.

At the law firm of Brewster & De Angelis, P.L.L.C., our experienced civil rights attorneys can represent you, or someone you love, during or after a period wrongful incarceration. It is important for you to know your rights and what options you have to pursue compensation from those who have violated those rights. Our lawyers can provide the knowledgeable advice and answers that you deserve.

Contact Brewster & De Angelis if you believe that you, or someone you love, was wrongfully incarcerated in the state of Oklahoma. Call toll free to schedule an initial consultation at 888-398-5628.

False Arrest and Imprisonment

Any time a person is deprived of liberty, it is significant. Sometimes, however, innocent people do not have their innocence proven until they have been incarcerated for years. In other cases, the false imprisonment is for only a short period, but still has the ability to cause harm for the victim.

Proving false arrest or imprisonment by law enforcement officials, store owners or other individuals is not easy and requires an attorney who understands the laws in Oklahoma. It may be possible for the victims of wrongful incarceration and illegal arrest to pursue compensation for physical injuries, mental suffering, loss of earnings and attorneys’ fees.

Punitive damages may also be sought after in cases involving malice or the excessive use of force.

Contact Our Firm for More Information

If you believe that you, or someone you love, have been harmed by a wrongful arrest, conviction or incarceration, it is in your best interest to talk with a lawyer as soon as possible. Contact the law firm of Brewster & De Angelis in Tulsa, Oklahoma, to schedule an initial consultation. Call toll free at 888-398-5628 to make an appointment.