Category Archives : Police Brutality

  • June 13, 2024

    Are Police Reports Public Record?

    In today's society, concerns about police transparency and accountability have become increasingly prevalent. One question that often arises is: are police reports public record?  This seemingly straightforward question, unfortunately, does not have a simple answer. While police reports are generally considered public records, there are numerous exceptions and complexities that come into play...

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  • June 6, 2024

    Causes of Police Brutality in California

    A recent independent audit of the Sacramento police department found that Black drivers were stopped 3 times more often than others, Black pedestrians were stopped 6 times more often, and Black people in general were 3 times more likely to be patted down for drugs, weapons, and even suspected stolen goods. Police misconduct, like the racial profiling above, is a pressing issue that affects man...

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  • June 4, 2024

    Police Misconduct Lawsuit Settlements

    Police misconduct is a serious issue that can have devastating consequences for victims. In some cases, victims of police brutality or misconduct may choose to pursue legal action in the form of a lawsuit to seek legal relief and justice. This is where a trusted California police misconduct lawyer comes into play. What Are Police Misconduct Settlements in California? Police misconduct lawsuit s...

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  • May 30, 2024

    Why Is Police Brutality Important?

    We can not underscore enough the importance of reporting matters of police brutality and seeking justice to hold officers and agencies accountable. If you have been a victim of police misconduct, it’s better for everyone - from police to citizens to society at large – to hold them accountable. Keep reading to discover why is Police Brutality important. Never hesitate to seek a consultation...

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  • May 28, 2024

    How to Sue the Police Department

    The Police Funding Database has identified 217 known settlements against police departments that resulted in new laws and policy changes. On top of that impact, they also uncovered that more than $2.3 billion has been paid out to victims of police misconduct.  If you have experienced police misconduct, what are your options? Let’s discuss how to sue the police and the importance of having a...

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