Curbing Police Brutality in Maryland
By Harold Dwin on February 15, 2018 | In Personal Injury
Following a six-month investigation conducted by The Baltimore Sun, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts have unveiled a plan to curb police brutality in our city. According to The Sun, civil actions taken against multiple police officers following numerous instances of excessive force have been obstructed by a 40-year-old law that protects officers from punishment, regardless of their offense. This law, among other inappropriate protections, is now the focus of the City’s sweeping reforms.
Police brutality is a violation of your civil rights. Even if you are suspected of criminal activity, use of unnecessary or excessive force by the police demands swift redress through aggressive legal action. The Baltimore criminal defense attorneys at Cohen & Dwin hold precious the rights guaranteed to our citizens and fight tirelessly against abuses of power. If you have been mistreated during an investigation or arrest, we are here to take your case and fight for your rights, helping ensure that justice is truly served.
If you are in need of a criminal defense attorney in Maryland, please contact Cohen & Dwin, P.A. to schedule a free consultation today. We maintain offices throughout Maryland to better serve the citizens of our entire state.
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