Protests erupted in California after a California prosecutor announced that the officers involved in the shooting of Stephon Clark last year will not be charged with any crimes. Anaheim police misconduct attorneys have followed this case closely and know that even when criminal charges are not brought in police misconduct cases, civil claims are often… Continue reading 84 Protestors Arrested at Stephon Clark March Will Not Be Charged
The term ‘police misconduct’ generally includes any illegal or inappropriate police conduct related to his or her execution of police duties. Police misconduct may or may not be occurring more frequently than in the past, but as cell phones, dash cams, and body cams increasingly capture police misconduct, and society becomes more aware of these… Continue reading Police Misconduct? No, Police Aren’t Meant To Be Above The Law.
The men and women in law enforcement have tough jobs. Nobody will argue with that. They face dangerous and challenging situations every day that is unpredictable. Our hats go off to the police officers who perform their jobs honorably and with integrity. But we do not excuse police misconduct. California is the only state in… Continue reading The People Can Fix Police Misconduct
Police misconduct range from false arrests and coerced false confession to racial profiling, police brutality, and unwarranted searches, among other things. But what about police reports that omit facts or inaccurately describe an accident? Omitting facts from or providing inaccuracies in a police report may amount to police misconduct, but this usually requires the legal… Continue reading Is It Police Misconduct When An Officer Is Lying In A Police Report?