Police Brutality

Police Brutality Cases in Maryland

Sometimes, people feel an attorney is an unnecessary expense if they have a video or witnesses to support their claims of assault by law enforcement officers.

Victims are usually unaware that Maryland has very strict guidelines that must be followed precisely to avoid dismissal of their police brutality cases. Our attorneys have thorough knowledge of important guidelines and deadlines that will affect your case of police brutality.

The Baltimore police brutality lawyers at Greenberg Law Offices have the knowledge, experience and legal skills that are essential elements for comprehensive representation of victims of police brutality cases.

Excessive Force by Maryland Police Officers and Other Members of Law Enforcement

In the past few years, there have been many high-profile police brutality cases. In 2010, a University of Maryland student was brutally beaten during a Terps victory celebration. Another incident that occurred in 2010 involved an unarmed Iraq war veteran who was shot nine times and killed by an off-duty police officer after they argued about the officer's female companion. In 2008, a SWAT team erroneously kicked in the door of Berwyn Heights Mayor Cheye Calvo and shot his two dogs, one of which was running away.

Other cases of police misconduct that did not receive media attention are no less important.

The Maryland Police Misconduct Lawyers at Greenberg Law Offices

If you have suffered emotional or physical trauma due to excessive force used by Maryland law enforcement officials,contact us immediately for a free consultation. One of our Maryland police misconduct lawyers will return your call promptly to discuss your case, your rights and your options.

It can be extremely difficult for victims of police misconduct to get justice. Sometimes, witnesses to the incident fear coming forward, and the physical signs of police brutality may disappear by the trial date.

Even though the physical wounds may heal, emotional trauma, such as PTSD, can continue indefinitely.

Cases of excessive force frequently occur at:

  • Sobriety checkpoints
  • Traffic stops
  • Areas in and around the Power Plant bars and restaurants
  • University sports events and celebrations
  • Protest and demonstration gatherings/marches

For more than 45 years, the attorneys at the Greenberg Law Offices have been fighting for compensation and protecting the rights of people throughout Maryland and have helped thousands of injury victims.

We are lawyers that are passionate about the law and compassionate with our clients.

Contact us to arrange your free, confidential consultation. One of our police brutality attorneys will evaluate your case and explain your legal rights and options.