Federal Police Misconduct Defense

Attorneys Felice Duffy and Paul Thomas

Federal Police Misconduct Defense Attorneys

Representing police officers accused of police misconduct

Law enforcement officers put their lives on the line to protect the public on a regular basis. Police must do their duty to investigate and stop crimes often while working in an emotionally charged context with many different people from many different backgrounds. In many cases, your work as a police officer involves split second judgment calls under very stressful conditions, a situation which can often result in unintended consequences. Regardless of the extent and scope of an investigation, police are bound by constraints imposed upon them by federal law and the U.S Constitution. If a prosecutor believes you stepped outside your lawful bounds as an officer, you can find yourself facing serious criminal charges of police misconduct.

Law enforcement officers who have been accused of police misconduct should retain legal counsel immediately. Call Duffy Law, LLC today to schedule a free consultation with an experienced lawyer.

Police misconduct cases can arise in a variety of contexts

Police misconduct cases can arise in a number of ways. Some of the most common include:

Why hire private counsel?

Police departments, police unions, and municipalities provide law enforcement officers with an attorney in the event that they are accused of misconduct. While these attorneys are often perfectly competent, there are some instances in which it is desirable to hire private legal counsel. Attorney Felice Duffy was a federal prosecutor (AUSA) for 10 years and understands the difficulties associated with police work as well as the legal issues that often arise in police misconduct cases.

Contact a Connecticut police misconduct defense attorney today to retain legal representation

Officers who violate these laws face serious consequences, including fines, loss of their career and/or imprisonment. If you are a law enforcement officer facing these types of charges, you should contact an attorney immediately. Former federal prosecutor, attorney Felice Duffy, and former federal defender, attorney Paul Thomas, have worked closely with police officers and special agents and are familiar with law enforcement standards of conduct. To schedule a free consultation with Attorneys Duffy and Thomas, call our office today at 203-946-2000.


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