Know Your Civil Rights
Chicago’s law enforcement has a long history of overstepping the boundaries of right and wrong. While many police officers are wholeheartedly protecting the community, some are not. If you believe your civil rights have been violated by a police officer or government official, it is important to speak to an attorney as soon as possible.
Attorney L. Michael Flanagan fights to protect the rights of those who have been involved in:
- Police shootings
- Police brutality and misconduct
- Racial profiling
- Discriminatory arrests
- Unlawful searches and seizures
- Wrongful convictions
Attorney Flanagan will listen to your whole story. He will help you understand your legal rights to due process and any other protection under the state and federal constitutions. He will assist you with preserving evidence and gathering witnesses to build the strongest case to defend your rights and seek justice. Contact Flanagan Injury Law Group, LLC, today to learn more about Mr. Flanagan’s legal services.
What Qualifies As Police Misconduct?
Police misconduct in Chicago is no secret. It is all too common. When police use their power to hurt others, they must be accountable for their wrongdoing. Police misconduct includes actions such as:
- Taser abuse
- Failure to intervene
- Coerced confessions
- Malicious prosecution
- Due process violations
- Use of excessive force
- Verbal abuse
Mr. Flanagan can also assist with situations involving wrongful death. He will analyze your situation and help you determine the best course of action to address potential misconduct.
Speak With An Attorney Who Prioritizes Seeking Justice
If you or a loved one is contending with an arrest, it is important to seek an attorney as soon as possible. Especially if you believe your arrest was due to discrimination or involves police misconduct. Contact Flanagan Injury Law Group, LLC, in Chicago at 773-789-5870 or send an email to arrange for a free consultation. Mr. Flanagan has the knowledge to assist you with these complex cases. He will be at your side to defend your rights and seek the compensation you deserve.