New York City Civil Rights, Police Brutality And Wrongful Convictions Lawyer
If you or a loved one’s civil rights have been violated by the police or other law enforcement member, you need an experienced and aggressive law firm in your corner.
Anthony Cecutti has successfully represented New Yorkers who have suffered physical injuries by the police or been subjected to malicious prosecution.
Federal and New York state laws protect all of us against civil rights violations. We put our trust into the police to not violate these constitutional rights, but many times law enforcement members go too far. Whether you have been a victim of police brutality, excessive force, false arrest or been racially profiled by the police, contact our law firm today at 917-741-1837 for a free and confidential consultation. You may be entitled to compensation for any injuries or wrongful incarceration.
The Laws That Protect Our Civil Rights
The Civil Rights Act of 1964, along with the New York Consolidated Laws, are a couple of legislative examples that protect our civil rights and liberties. Although these landmark laws protect our rights, this does not mean that they cannot be violated. We are all entitled to civil liberties and rights to basic freedom and fair treatment, which are guaranteed to everyone under Federal and New York state law.
When law enforcement or prosecutors operate outside of the law, we need to hold them accountable.
The Law Office of Anthony Cecutti is dedicated to fighting for all New Yorkers who have been victims of civil rights violations. Each case’s circumstances are unique, so if you have been a victim of excessive force or police misconduct, or were wrongfully convicted, contact us today to discuss the details of your case.
Seek Justice And Get The Compensation You Deserve
The experienced and highly skilled attorneys at our New York City law firm are here to help you seek justice and vindication and maximize your compensation. Our firm handles all types of civil rights cases, including:
- False arrest
- Malicious prosecution
- Wrongful conviction
- False imprisonment
- Illegal search and seizures
- Racial profiling
- Excessive force
- Police brutality
- Taser injuries
- Improper police activities
- Police misconduct
- Physical assault
Law enforcement officials are legally allowed to gain control of a situation by using the minimal amount of force necessary. Oftentimes, police officers overstep that line and utilize force that is excessive, which can lead to avoidable bodily injuries or mental anguish. Our law firm has experience in investigating police and corrections officers to uphold an individual’s civil rights.
We will fight for your rights!
Partnership With The ACLU Louisiana’s Justice Lab
Anthony Cecutti is participating in the ACLU Louisiana’s Justice Lab: Putting Racist Policing on Trial, “a litigation effort to challenge racially discriminatory policing practices and combat police violence against people of color.” Mr. Cecutti is a staunch advocate of civil right and fair treatment by the police. He has represented victims of police brutality and those who have be victims of racial discrimination by law enforcement.
Working with the Law Office of Jennifer Louis-Jeune and Howard University School of Law’s Criminal Justice Clinic, Mr. Cecutti represents plaintiff and their children who were subjected to police violence.
Mr. Cecutti is passionate about his work with the ACLU and has been quoted as saying, “This is a critical moment, an inflection point in America’s history,” said Anthony Cecutti and Jennifer R. Louis-Jeune. “It is time to fully reckon with the truth—that racist practices, rooted in America’s history of slavery and white supremacy, permeate and persist in the legal system and policing. Our law offices are proud to partner with the ACLU of Louisiana and the Justice Lab.”
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Get The Advice And Guidance You Need
If you or a loved one has been a victim of police brutality or have had your civil rights violated in some other way, you need an experienced attorney by your side. Anthony Cecutti is here to help with compassionate and aggressive representation.
Time is of the essence, so contact our firm today for a free and confidential consultation by calling us at 917-741-1837 or reaching out via email.
We take on civil rights cases on a contingency basis, which means you do not have to pay any upfront lawyer fees unless we win a monetary settlement or verdict. Call us today to discuss what you experienced.