Lawyers for Police Brutality Victims & More
in West Virginia
Call for Excessive Force, Police Harassment, & Other Cases
Police officers have the task of enforcing the law and they are subject to those same laws. When police use excessive force to create victims of police brutality, they are breaking the law. There is such a thing as good law enforcement. However, law enforcement officers who step over the line cause real and lasting harm, both to the citizens they swore to protect and to the good officers whose reputations they tarnish. If you are the victim of:
- Excessive Force
- Police Brutality
- Police Harassment
- Use of Deadly Force
- Use of Non-Deadly Force
- Warrantless Arrests
Section 1983 Cases - Police Misconduct & Your Constitutional Rights
Excessive force cases, illegal search and seizure by police officers, and other police issues are filed under 42 U.S.C. § 1983, or ‘section 1983.’ While these types of cases can be grueling, and even unsuccessful, they ensure that the rights guaranteed to those in the state of West Virginia (and the country) remain uninfringed.
Law Enforcement Misconduct Cases – Call Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC
The majority of the police force is made up of good, hardworking men and women who protect their communities well. Officers like those deserve nothing but thanks and respect. There is, however, a small minority of officers who either purposely or carelessly step over the constitutional boundaries that govern their conduct. Call Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC in Charleston, WV, or Lewisburg, WV, if you or a loved one have experienced any type of police or law enforcement entity misconduct.