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Police Brutality / Excess Force

When the police overstep their bound of authority, what recourse is there for victims? Can the police just get away with violating a person’s civil rights?
Police officers are employed to protect us from harm, not to mete out physical punishment. The law protects all citizens, including people accused or convicted of crimes, from violence at the hands of the police. The attorneys at Moss & Colella, P.C. provide strong representation to victims of police brutality throughout Michigan, including Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties.

False Arrest

For some Americans, fear of being arrested for a crime they did not commit has become a legitimate concern. In July of 2015, the Washington Post reported that 1 in 25 defendants sentenced to death are later shown to be innocent. While organizations like the “Innocence Project,” founded in 1992 to exonerate those wrongfully convicted through DNA testing, have made significant progress in reforming the criminal justice system, much more can be done to achieve civil justice for the wrongly accused.

Employment Discrimination

Despite Michigan’s history of strong organized labor, state and federal laws often tend to work in favor of employers. The law requires victims of discrimination and harassment in the workplace to jump through hoops before they can bring a lawsuit to enforce their rights. This can pose a serious challenge to employees who have been the subject of hostile work environments, wrongful termination or other adverse employment action.

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For more information about what we can do to get you compensation for your car or truck crash, e-mail us or call us at 1-800-MUSTWIN (1-800-687-8946).

Our law firm handles all types of big rig and commercial trucking accidents for people in Detroit and throughout Michigan.Time and time again, we see that these accidents are caused by truck drivers failing to check their blind spots. They take long turns without properly checking to make certain they are clear. All too often, the result is a serious accident.No matter what caused a trucking or rollover accident — driver fatigue, failure to inspect equipment, driver error, or any other reason — we can get to the bottom of it. Our team of lawyers, investigators and experts are here to help you build a strong case designed to get results.If you or a loved one has suffered serious personal injury, we are ready to go to work for you. If you have lost a family member due to wrongful death, our sympathetic lawyers are on your side.

We Know How to handle False Arrest Cases

We know what it takes to get results.

Our team is serious about winning and our record shows it.

We have obtained millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients.The damage awards we have obtained are the result of hard, exhaustive work on the part of lawyers who care about doing what is right for our clients. We know what it takes to obtain the compensation you are owed.We take pride in the fact that our success has led to recognition from our peers. Frequently, other lawyers send cases to us when they get too complicated or need to go to trial. They trust that we will aggressively pursue full and fair compensation for their clients.

For more info, please visit our False Arrest Information Center.

Our record speaks for itself. We’re ready to show you how our legal team has earned a trusted reputation for success.

Michigan Police False Arrest Facts

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For some Americans, fear of being arrested for a crime they did not commit has become a legitimate concern.   In July of 2015, the Washington Post reported that 1 in 25 defendants sentenced to death are later shown to be innocent. While organizations like the “Innocence Project,” founded in 1992 to exonerate those wrongfully convicted through DNA testing, have made significant progress in reforming the criminal justice system, much more can be done to achieve civil justice for the wrongly accused.

The 4th Amendment to the United State Constitution imparts upon every individual the right to be free from arrest (imprisonment) without probable cause to arrest.   However, an arrest made with probable cause is lawful even if the crime had not actually been committed.   Under Michigan law, an officer who has been made aware of information, facts or circumstances which were sufficient to lead a reasonable person to believe that a crime was committed, and the person arrested had committed the crime, probable cause exists to make an arrest.

The False Arrest attorneys at Moss & Colella have the experience and legal knowledge to determine whether an arrest has been made lawfully or not. Critical analysis of the facts, details and information known to a police officer – – or in some cases private security – – is critical to evaluating a false arrest case.   Moreover, the development of facts during discovery proceedings is vital to successfully establishing a False Arrest case.

If you believe that you have been falsely arrested, detained or incarcerated, call the attorneys at Moss & Colella at 1 (800) MUST-WIN and put us to work for you.

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