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Your Rights Matter. I Am Here To Enforce Them.

When my clients are considering whether to enforce their civil rights, I like to have them consider a meaningful quote by the renowned trial attorney Clarence Darrow:

“As long as the world shall last there will be wrongs, and if no man objected and no man rebelled, those wrongs would last forever.”

If you or a loved one has been mistreated by law enforcement or other government official, you need a strong advocate on your side. In Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and the surrounding suburban areas of New York City, you can turn to me for the thoughtful counsel and skilled representation you need.

A Strong Advocate On Your Side

I am a tireless advocate for those who have had their civil rights violated in and around the New York City area. This includes pursuing the rights of people victimized by:

  • Illegal acts by police
  • Wrongful arrest
  • Malicious prosecution
  • Abuse of process
  • Violations of 42 USC 1983 (Part of Civil Rights Act to protect Constitutional rights)
  • Hate crimes

Our success will not only get you the compensation you are entitled to but, equally important, it serves as a warning to those who would abuse their position and violate the civil rights of others. Holding people and institutions accountable for civil rights violations is crucial, and I am prepared to make sure any injustice you experienced is dealt with in a strong and determined manner.

Get The Justice You Deserve

The time has come to put a proven lawyer on your side. Contact me today for your free initial consultation by calling 212-625-8030 or by sending an email.

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