Police Misconduct Cases, False Arrest, Excessive Force
If you or someone you know has been the victim of police brutality, false imprisonment, contact Attorney Steven M. Logan. You may be entitled to a money award from a Civil Suit against those responsible.
Have you been a victim of law enforcement in any of these types of circumstances?
- False arrest.
- Illegal Detention.
- Search & Seizure Violations.
- Excessive Force.
- Taser or stun gun abuse.
- Police shooting of your Dog.
- Unlawful interrogation.
- Illegal chokeholds.
- Sexual harassment.
The U.S. Constitution and the Florida law protects you when your Civil Rights have been violated.Section 1983 Claims:
Section 1983 of the United States Code gives victims the right to sue those who harm you and violated your constitutional rights, while acting under the color of law and who are not immune from liability or “qualified immunity”.
If you have been abused by law enforcement in South Florida, contact attorney Steven M. Logan at (561) 791-1882.Use of Confidential Informant:
Otherwise known as “Rachel’s Law”, requires the police to follow careful regulated guidelines under Florida Statute 914.28 when using a civilian as a confidential informant (C.I.). Amongst the many guidelines under this section include the following:
- That the police must be trained in handling a (C.I.).
- The police must advise the C.I. that he has right to consult an attorney before becoming a confidential informant.
- The police must preserve the safety of confidential informant and his family.
- The police must also consider the confidential informant’s drug history, his mental and emotional stability before he becomes a confidential informant.
- The police must not have any off-duty social relationships