New York Police Brutality Lawyer
New York City Police Misconduct Attorney
We expect those in uniform who are given the duty to protect and serve our citizens to act with respect and fairness. However, there are the exceptions of great injustice where police brutality and excessive force were used.
At the Law Office of John M. Lambros, located in Manhattan, New York police brutality lawyer John M. Lambros has extensive experience in handling lawsuits on behalf of victims of Section 1983 violations. Contact the Law Office of John M. Lambros to schedule a consultation regarding an incident involving possible police misconduct.
Advantage by Using Experience From Both Sides
As a legal consultant for New York City, Mr. Lambros represented scores of New York police and corrections officers in civil rights or Section 1983 actions. Formerly on the defense side for the city of New York in police brutality cases, civil rights lawyer John M. Lambros now dedicates his efforts to bringing claims and lawsuits on behalf of clients who have been victims of police brutality.
His experience on both sides of the issue now works for the benefit of his clients who have been victimized by:
- Police brutality
- Correction officer/prison guard abuse
- Excessive force
- False arrest.
See a notable example in the media of a whom John Lambros has represented.
Attorney Lambros accepts police brutality cases on a contingency fee basis. This means that as long as Mr. Lambros believes you have a strong case and you agree to work together, your attorneys' fees will not be due until you receive compensation.
Mistreated by Law Enforcement? Protect Your Rights and Contact Us.
Mr. Lambros believes that all people have the right to be treated respectfully and lawfully by law enforcement agencies and officers. If you believe you have been mistreated by the police in Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan, the Bronx or anywhere in New York City and the vicinity, contact experienced New York City police misconduct attorney John Lambros to schedule a consultation.
Disclaimer: This publication and the information included in it are not intended to serve as a substitute for consultation with an attorney. Specific legal issues, concerns and conditions always require the advice of appropriate legal professionals.