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There are always "bad apples" in the bunch. With police officers, it can be particularly poisonous.

Police officers in Alabama are supposed to uphold and enforce the law. When they break the law, by lying in reports, destroying evidence, or otherwise misusing power, the effects both on the particular victim and on a city's legal culture can be devastating.

Acting against misconduct with the help of a civil rights attorney may not only help the victim recover, but be a civic duty.

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Martin Evan Weinberg

Martin Evan Weinberg
2727 19th Place South
Homewood, AL 35209
Licensed for 18 years, Martin Evan Weinberg is a Police Misconduct lawyer... read more >

Anthony Joseph Piazza

Anthony Joseph Piazza
1030 16th Ave S.
Birmingham, AL 35205
Licensed for 39 years, Anthony Joseph Piazza is a Police Misconduct lawyer... read more >

Henry Floyd Sherrod III

Henry Floyd Sherrod III
Henry F. Sherrod III, P.C.
119 South Court Street
Florence, AL 35631
Licensed for 27 years, Henry Floyd Sherrod III is a Employment Law and Police Misconduct lawyer who attended Vanderbilt Law School... read more >

Morris Seligman Dees

Morris Seligman Dees
Southern Poverty Law Center
400 Washington Ave.
Montgomery, AL 36104
Licensed for 60 years, Morris Seligman Dees is a Civil Rights and Civil Trial Law lawyer who attended The University of Alabama School of L... read more >

Rachel Lee McGinley

Rachel Lee McGinley
Wiggins Childs Pantazis Fisher Goldfarb
301 19th Street North
Birmingham, AL 35203
Licensed for 15 years, Rachel Lee McGinley is a Civil Rights lawyer who attended The University of Alabama School of Law... read more >

Christine Kelley

Christine Kelley
4001 Carmichael Rd Ste 570
Montgomery, AL 36106
Licensed for 5 years, Christine Kelley is a Civil Rights lawyer who attended Shepard Broad Law Center - Nova Southeastern University... read more >
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National Police Accountability Project

The NPAP is a project of the National Lawyers Guild to help attorneys devoted to ending police misconduct by assisting its members with training and support, educating the public, and coordinated legal action.