Police Misconduct When You Hire One Attorney at Barket Epstein, You're Hiring the Team

New York Police Misconduct Lawyers

Exposing Civil Rights Violations by Law Enforcement Personnel

At Barket Epstein Kearon Aldea & LoTurco, LLP, our New York police misconduct attorneys are leaders in the movement to expose wrongdoing by law enforcement personnel. With roots in criminal law and a team that includes former judges and prosecutors, Barket Epstein is positioned to deliver highly effective legal counsel in these complex, sensitive matters.

Law enforcement officers are given the authority to restrict liberty and even injure or kill another—in incredibly limited and specific circumstances. These circumstances must fall within the bounds of the U.S. Constitution, relevant federal and state laws, and law enforcement procedures and policies. With so many factors at play, it can be exceedingly difficult to ascertain the difference between a police officer acting within the bounds of this power to protect and serve and an officer violating a civilian’s rights. It is not difficult to ascertain, however, the serious impact that such violations can have on a victim and his or her family, leading to serious injuries, lasting emotional trauma, and even wrongful death.

To learn more about police misconduct and your right to justice, call (888) 779-0267. Your consultation is free and confidential.

Examples of Police Misconduct

Barket Epstein represents victims of police misconduct, brutality, and excessive force. We have uncovered such significant violations as:

  • Evidence planting
  • Racial profiling
  • Wrongful searches and seizures
  • Coerced or forced confessions
  • Failures to read Miranda rights
  • Violations of police policy
  • Negligence or wrongdoing in jails and prisons
  • Wrongful deaths while in police custody or jail
  • Excessive use of Tasers, batons, or other weapons
  • Police brutality
  • Unnecessary restraints
  • Withheld or delayed medical attention

Law enforcement officers should be respected and honored, but they must uphold the rights of the people they are charged with protecting. Whether fueled by prejudice, inexperience, recklessness, or intentional wrongdoing, instances of police misconduct must be exposed to help victims seek justice and to prevent others from suffering similar fates. Barket Epstein has the resources, the personnel, the drive, and the experience to succeed in these cases. With three office locations, we proudly represent clients throughout the tri-state area.

Call our New York police misconduct lawyers today at (888) 779-0267 or contact us online for a free case evaluation.

What SEts Barket Epstein Apart?

A Remarkable Combination of
Knowledge & Experience
  • A Nationwide Influence

    Barket Epstein's attorneys are regularly featured in the media to discuss their recent cases or offer insight on current events.

  • Over Two Centuries of Combined Experience

    Barket Epstein has 13 attorneys who collectively bring over 200 years of experience to each case. Our team is comprised of former judges, former prosecutors, professors and true thought leaders in our fields. 

  • A Comprehensive Team Approach

    Given the experience and knowledge we have amongst the attorneys at our firm, we utilize a team approach. Each client benefits from the expertise of several attorneys, not just the one assigned to their case.

  • Thousands of Cases Handled

    Our Criminal Defense team has represented over 1,000 clients with charges ranging from DWI to homicide.

  • Three Convenient Office Locations

    Our firm offers clients three convenient locations in Garden City, Manhattan, and Huntington. 

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