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Police Brutality - Excessive Use of Force

Police brutality is a term used to describe any excessive and unnecessary physical force, assault, or verbal abuse used by law enforcement when dealing with the public. The United States Code, the laws that govern the day to day running of the country, states that any person working under the authority of a state law enforcement body who violates the civil rights of anyone in the U.S. is liable to pay for any damages they cause.

There are some widely known cases of police brutality, but there are thousands more that never receive nationwide media attention. Any time a police officer abuses his or her authority and inflicts undue suffering on any person it is an affront to not only the victim of the pain, but to society as a whole. The people we depend on to protect us from criminal aggressors should never become the aggressors themselves.

If you or someone you know was the victim of physical, metal, or verbal police brutality you may be entitled to take action against the perpetrators. Let a knowledgeable, experienced attorney guide you through the complex, confusing, and difficult proceedings required to take abusive law enforcement officers to justice.

Police Brutality Attorney - Police Shootings

A police officer should only draw his or her weapon as an absolute last resort to stop a person. Although many police officers realize the seriousness of using their firearms, a small percentage of these people fail to grasp the power they wield and use their guns in inappropriate ways.

There are very strict conventions that govern exactly when and how police officers can use their weapons to stop a suspect. Even though law enforcement communities frown upon the use of lethal force to stop a suspect, a few reckless individuals can tarnish the reputation of an entire department.

If you or someone you know was the victim of a police shooting, you may have the right to take action. The laws that apply to police shootings are extraordinarily complex and confusing, but our team of dedicated legal professionals will fight for your case and see you are justly compensated for your suffering. Contact us today.

Police Brutality - False Arrest Lawsuits

One of the most frequently abused police powers is the ability of law enforcement officers to detain and arrest people for no reason. False Arrest is easier to quantify than excessive force, because while the amount of power needed to perform a job is questionable, the ability to detain a person suspected of a crime is very clear and detailed.

Although police can only detain people on the grounds of “reasonable suspicion” or because of probable cause that the person has committed a crime, some unscrupulous officers use their power to arrest people for their own personal reasons. This flagrant abuse of power undermines the trust and faith people have in those they pay to protect them.

If you have been subjected to a false arrest you may have the right to seek damages against those who are liable. You need to have dedicated and experienced counsel in order to pursue justice against those who abuse their power as law enforcement officers. You need not be a victim of unchecked power any longer.

Police Brutality - Abuse of Power

Abuse of power is a catch-all term for the ways police officers can abuse their positions in law enforcement to take advantage of those they are supposed to serve and protect. Police officers are bound by United States Code 42, section 1983 that states any person who acts as a law enforcement officer is liable for any offenses they commit in violation of a person’s civil rights.

As part of their jobs, police can detain, arrest, and kill people. Although most peace officers take their duty to protect and serve the public very seriously, a small percentage will always abuse their power to fulfill selfish personal desires and goals. Abuse of police power usually includes excessive force, false arrest, assault, and illegal killings. Many people who are victims of police abuse of power feel they have no recourse or ability to take action against those who injure them.

Fortunately, those who enforce the law are not above the law. If you or someone you know has been a victim of abuse of power you may have the right to seek compensation for the injury and damage you suffer. Take action against those who abuse their power and cause you harm. Contact a dedicated and experienced lawyer today.

Police Brutality Assault Attorneys

A police officer who commits an illegal assault is as culpable and liable for their actions as any civilian who commits assault. In fact, a law enforcement officer who willingly assaults another person in the line of duty can be held responsible for their actions, for in their role as a sworn peace officer they ought to know better.

The long term effects of a police assault are not always physical. Many people who suffer assault at the hands of “peace” officers experience severe depression, nightmares, and post-traumatic stress disorder. An assault, whether physical or mental, totally undermines and destroys the faith we all have in law enforcement in general.

Those who commit assault should be held accountable for their actions regardless of whether or not they wear a badge. If you or someone you know endured an assault at the hands of a police officer you may be entitled to take legal action. Let a compassionate, dedicated, and experienced lawyer help restore your faith in the legal system. Contact one today.

Taser Gun/Stun Gun Injury

Tasers are less-than lethal law enforcement tools that can cause serious injuries in some cases. Powered by eight AA or one 9V battery, Tasers cause a disruption in the electrical part of the nervous system to ideally prevent a suspect from harming themselves or someone else without use of lethal force. Taser International Inc. markets the guns as safe, which in turn increases their sales to law enforcement agencies across the country and around the world.

Unfortunately, a study conducted by the Arizona Republic revealed that between September 1999 and March 2004, 44 people died as a result of Taser use, as opposed to 42 deaths confirmed by Taser Inc. The same study revealed that the safety assurances of Taser were based on autopsy reports they never actually had. Based on these reports, Taser believed it could claim that their products never caused serious injury or death to anyone.

Based on the original assertions by Taser Inc, many people, including some in the law enforcement community, believe that Tasers cannot cause serious harm or injury. This caused them to use Tasers with impunity, believing any injury or pain caused to the suspect was temporary. This lack of proper training led to a number of deaths, including a man who died after he was tased in a Minneapolis group home of the mentally ill.

If you or someone you love was injured by police or other law enforcement agencies wielding Tasers, you may be able to recover financial compensation for your pain and suffering. Let a dedicated and experienced Taser gun injury lawyer help you get the restitution you deserve. Contact one today.

Police Misconduct

We trust that law enforcement officers will not take advantage of their positions of authority, and respect the constitutionally guaranteed rights of every citizen of the United States. Police misconduct occurs when officers of the law violate someone's constitutional rights. When police violate rights both the officer and their agency can be held liable in both civil and criminal courts.

Civil police misconduct can include a wide range of topics that can sometimes be vague and confusing. No officer can continually deprive a person of their constitutionally rights without good cause. One incident does not usually establish a pattern, and it courts can pass injunctions against officers in order to prevent further police misconduct. Furthermore, officers cannot discriminate unfairly based on race or ethnicity.

Criminal police misconduct involves the deprivation of constitutional rights in a criminally inappropriate way. There is also no requirement that the police are discriminatory in any way. Typical examples of police misconduct include excessive force, sexual assault, intentional false arrest, and fabrication of evidence. It is important to retain any kind of documentation in the types of cases, for it will allow you to better illustrate your side of the case.

If you or someone you love was the victim of police misconduct, you may be entitled to take legal action against those responsible, and claim financial restitution based on your situation. You must not hesitate, because statute of limitation laws can restrict the amount of time you have to press your case. Let a dedicated and experienced police misconduct lawyer help you today.

High Speed Pursuits

High speed pursuits are nighttime news staples, as many people are excited by spills and thrills of police cars chasing wanted fugitives through the streets of the city. There are even entire reality television programs dedicated to police chases and crashes. The real reality is that high speed pursuits are as dangerous to innocent bystanders as they are to the police and alleged perpetrators.

Almost 50% of all police chases end in accidents, and a great deal of these accidents result in serious injury or death. There many standards and regulations regarding police pursuits in most jurisdictions throughout the country, but many law enforcement officers will pursue an alleged criminal even for only a minor offense. Speeds in high speed pursuits can easily top 100 miles an hour, and can range miles over city streets, rural roads, and busy rush hour highways.

It is unfortunate many innocent victims on the roads suffer injury or loss due to police misconduct during high speed chases. Police must exercise as much caution as possible to avoid injuring innocent people or damaging their property, but sometimes careless officers will risk virtually anything to make a "collar" and arrest the alleged criminal. When this occurs, victims of high speed pursuits can sometimes recover damages against those responsible.

If you or someone you know was a victim in a high speed pursuit, you need to contact a dedicated and experienced lawyer immediately. You could have the right to financial restitution based on your pain, suffering, and loss, but if you hesitate the statute of limitation laws in your state could end your case before it has a chance to begin. Don't miss out on the justice you deserve. Contact a lawyer today.

BELOW IS THE SPOKANE, WASHINGTON USA SHERIFF DEPT CODE OF ETHICS 
As a law enforcement officer, my fundamental obligation is to uphold the constitutional rights and freedoms of the people whom I have been sworn to protect.

I vow to perform all my duties in a professional and competent manner. I consider the ability to be courageous in the face of danger and exercise restraint in the use of my powers and authorities to be the ultimate public trust. I accept that I must consistently strive to achieve excellence in learning the necessary knowledge and skills associated with my duties. I will keep myself physically fit and mentally alert so that I am capable of performing my duties according to the standards of quality expected of my position.

I vow to be fully truthful and honest in my dealings with others. I deplore lies and half-truths that mislead or do not fully inform those who must depend upon my honesty. I will obey the very laws I am sworn to uphold. I will seek affirmative ways to comply with the standards of my agency and the lawful directions of my supervisors.

I vow to treat others with courtesy at all times. I consider it to be a professional weakness to allow another’s behavior to dictate my response. I will not allow others’ actions or failings to be my excuse for not performing my duties in a responsible, professional and expected manner.

I vow to empathize with the problems of people whom I come in daily contact. However, I cannot allow my personal feelings, prejudices, animosities, or friendships to influence the discretionary authorities entrusted to me. I will affirmatively seek ways to avoid conflicts and potential conflicts of interest that could compromise my official authority or public image.

While I consider the way I choose to conduct my private affairs a personal freedom, I accept the responsibilities for my actions, as well as inactions, while on-duty or off-duty, when those actions bring disrepute on the public image of my employer, my fellow officers, and the law enforcement profession.

I hold the authority inherent in my position to be an affirmation of the public’s trust in me as a law enforcement officer. I do not take this trust lightly. As long as I remain in this position, I will dedicate myself to maintaining this trust and upholding all the ideals of the law enforcement profession.

IN YOUR CASE ! Mr. Randles P. Tompkins & Mr. Rommel P. Westlaw  OUR CODE OF ETHICS ! IS VOID IN YOUR CASE”S & YOU DO NOT HAVE ANY CIVIL RIGHTS & MY OFFICERS OR DEPUTY DO NOT HAVE TO FOLLOW ANY RULE”S AT ALL !

Sheriffs & Police Brutality - False Arrest Lawsuits

One of the most frequently abused police powers is the ability of law enforcement officers to detain and arrest people for no reason. False Arrest is easier to quantify than excessive force, because while the amount of power needed to perform a job is questionable, the ability to detain a person suspected of a crime is very clear and detailed.

Although police can only detain people on the grounds of “reasonable suspicion” or because of probable cause that the person has committed a crime, some unscrupulous officers use their power to arrest people for their own personal reasons. This flagrant abuse of power undermines the trust and faith people have in those they pay to protect them.

If you have been subjected to a false arrest you may have the right to seek damages against those who are liable. You need to have dedicated and experienced counsel in order to pursue justice against those who abuse their power as law enforcement officers. You need not be a victim of unchecked power any longer.

Sheriffs & Police Brutality - Abuse of Power

Abuse of power is a catch-all term for the ways police officers can abuse their positions in law enforcement to take advantage of those they are supposed to serve and protect. Police officers are bound by United States Code 42, section 1983 that states any person who acts as a law enforcement officer is liable for any offenses they commit in violation of a person’s civil rights.

As part of their jobs, police can detain, arrest, and kill people. Although most peace officers take their duty to protect and serve the public very seriously, a small percentage will always abuse their power to fulfill selfish personal desires and goals. Abuse of police power usually includes excessive force, false arrest, assault, and illegal killings. Many people who are victims of police abuse of power feel they have no recourse or ability to take action against those who injure them.

Fortunately, those who enforce the law are not above the law. If you or someone you know has been a victim of abuse of power you may have the right to seek compensation for the injury and damage you suffer. Take action against those who abuse their power and cause you harm. Contact a dedicated and experienced lawyer today.

Sheriffs & Police Misconduct

We trust that law enforcement officers will not take advantage of their positions of authority, and respect the constitutionally guaranteed rights of every citizen of the United States. Police misconduct occurs when officers of the law violate someone's constitutional rights. When police violate rights both the officer and their agency can be held liable in both civil and criminal courts.

Civil police misconduct can include a wide range of topics that can sometimes be vague and confusing. No officer can continually deprive a person of their constitutionally rights without good cause. One incident does not usually establish a pattern, and it courts can pass injunctions against officers in order to prevent further police misconduct. Furthermore, officers cannot discriminate unfairly based on race or ethnicity.

Criminal police misconduct involves the deprivation of constitutional rights in a criminally inappropriate way. There is also no requirement that the police are discriminatory in any way. Typical examples of police misconduct include excessive force, sexual assault, intentional false arrest, and fabrication of evidence. It is important to retain any kind of documentation in the types of cases, for it will allow you to better illustrate your side of the case.

If you or someone you love was the victim of police misconduct, you may be entitled to take legal action against those responsible, and claim financial restitution based on your situation. You must not hesitate, because statute of limitation laws can restrict the amount of time you have to press your case. Let a dedicated and experienced police misconduct lawyer help you today..

Political Corruption by The Sheriff or Police Dept or by District Court & Superior Court & Court of Appeals of Wa. State or Supreme Court of Wa. State Political Corruption is the use of legislated powers by government officials for illegitimate private gain. Misuse of government power for other purposes, such as repression of political opponents and general police brutality, is not considered political corruption. Neither are illegal acts by private persons or corporations not directly involved with the government. An illegal act by an officeholder constitutes political corruption only if the act is directly related to their official duties.& per 42 USC 1983 + U.S. CONSTITUTION & Civil Rights !


Complaints Against JudgesBy David E. Danda of David E. Danda, P.C.Our legal system is based on the fundamental principle that our courts are an independent branch of government in which fair and competent judges interpret and apply the laws that govern us. The independent role of our judicial system is central to American concept of justice and to our concept of the "rule-of-law". Built-in to the Code of Judicial Conduct are the principles 1. that judges must treat their judicial office as a public trust and 2. that judges must strive to maintain and enhance the public's confidence in our legal system. In his or her role as an adjudicator of the facts and the law, a judge resolves disputes and is a highly visible symbol of government under the rule-of-law. The Code of Judicial Conduct establishes the standards of ethical conduct for judges. The Code contains 1. broad statements called Canons, 2. specific rules which are set forth in Sections under each Canon, 3. a Terminology Section, 4. an Application Section, and 5. Commentary. The Canons, the specific rules Sections, the Terminology Section, and the Application Section provide substantive rules for judicial conduct. The Commentary serves to elaborate the standards contained in the rules, to set forth the policy basis for the rules, and, by explanation and example, to provide guidance as to the purpose and meaning of the Canons and the Sections. The Commentary is not intended as a statement of additional rules. When the text uses "shall" or "shall not," the Code intends to impose a binding obligation upon a judge. A violation of one of these rules could result in disciplinary action against the judge. When "should" or "should not" is used, the Code intends to provide an advisory statement regarding what is or is not appropriate judicial conduct and not to set forth a binding rule under which a judge may be disciplined. When "may" is used, the Code intends to create an area in which a judge has a permissible freedom of choice or it refers to action that is not specifically covered by the Code. The Canons and the Sections are rules of reason. They should be applied in a manner that is consistent with U.S. and state constitutions, statutory laws, case law, court rules, and within the context of the circumstances of the judge's conduct. The Code is to be construed in a manner that does not interfere with the fundamental freedom of a judge to make an independent judicial decision. The Code is designed to provide guidance to judges and candidates for judicial office and to provide a structure for regulating a judge's conduct through disciplinary action. The Code is not designed to provide a basis for civil liability or criminal prosecution. The function of the Code would be undermined if lawyers raised the issue of filing a complaint against a judge for a potential Code violation to order gain an advantage in a court proceeding. The Code is intended to regulate the conduct of judges. The language in the Canons and the Sections form the binding rules by which a judge is to be held accountable for his or her conduct. However, it is not the intent of the Code to discipline every indiscretion of a judge. The decision to take disciplinary action, and the degree of the discipline to be imposed on a judge, should be determined through an impartial process that would include a logical application of the Code's text and take into account such factors as the seriousness of the offense, whether there is a pattern of improper activity, and the effect of the improper activity on the public or on the judicial system. The Code of Judicial Conduct is not intended to be a comprehensive guide for the conduct of judges. A judge's judicial and personal conduct should also be governed by general ethical standards. The purpose of the Code is to set forth the basic standards that regulate the conduct of all judges and to provide guidance to assist judges in establishing and maintaining high standards of judicial and personal conduct. Each state has an independent body (in many states that entity is the Supreme Court) with jurisdiction to hear the evidence against a judge and to render a final decision regarding the formal charges of judicial misconduct. For information regarding the judicial disciplinary agency in your state, click here. After hearing the charges against a judge, that state entity has authority to pass judgment on the judge's conduct. The state entity that conducts the trial against a judge may discipline the judge for inappropriate judicial conduct such as willful misconduct in office, willful or persistent failure to perform duties, habitual intemperance, or conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice or conduct unbecoming a judicial officer, whether such conduct occurred in while the judge was acting in his or her official capacity or whether such conduct occurred outside of his or her judicial duties and that conduct brings his or her judicial office into disrepute. Additional grounds for discipline include a judge's conviction of a felony, a judge's repeated failure to abide by the rules of procedure, a judge's willful violation of the Code of Judicial Conduct or the Rules of Professional Conduct, and a judge's violation of any statute or rule prohibiting judges from participating in political activities. Also, the state disciplinary body may recommend that your state's independent judging authority order the retirement of a judge who has a permanent disability that seriously interferes with the judge's performance of his or her judicial duties. The state disciplinary body does not have authority to consider complaints that are based solely on matters of judicial discretion such as a judge's incorrect ruling or unfavorable decision unless it is essential to the resolution of a complaint of judicial misconduct. The state disciplinary body cannot take action against a judge whose legal rulings were made in good faith. Good faith errors regarding legal or factual matters or how a judge processes a case do not constitute grounds for judicial discipline, even though these actions may constitute reversible error. The state disciplinary body will not interfere with a pending case, unless the complaint is one of delay: the judge has failed to take action in the case. Other complaints will be investigated only when the case is concluded. The state disciplinary body cannot change a judicial decision or a judicial finding of fact. A judicial decision can only be reversed by a higher court, or other process as provided by law. The state disciplinary body is not an appellate court and cannot change a judge's ruling. This limitation on the disciplinary body's authority is frequently misunderstood and is one of the primary reasons a complaint against a judge is dismissed. A majority of the complaints filed with state disciplinary body are usually filed by dissatisfied litigants who do not understand that a misconduct complaint is not an alternative for the appeal process and is not the appropriate method to seek a substitute judge. A Plaintiff or Defendant who is dissatisfied with a legal ruling in his or her case should file an appeal with the appropriate appellate court. (In some jurisdictions, small claims cases cannot be appealed.) While the state disciplinary body is committed to prompt action in response to a serious allegation of judicial misconduct, the majority of complaints it does receive do not warrant investigation. Your state's disciplinary body can only consider complaints involving a judge's professional or personal conduct. Only ethical misconduct, which generally must occur within a specified period of time, is within the state disciplinary body's jurisdiction to investigate and resolve, including filing appropriate charges against a judge for misconduct.

TYPES OF COMPLAINTS THE STATE DISCIPLINARY BODY CAN ADDRESS Misconduct:The broadest category of complaints against judges can be classified as "misconduct" complaints. Judicial misconduct has a very specific meaning under the Code of Judicial Conduct. The Code of Judicial Conduct regulates the activities of judges on and off the bench. The Code is a comprehensive statement of what constitutes appropriate judicial behavior and has been adopted by the highest court of each state as part of the Rules of Court. The Cannons provide that: A judge should uphold the integrity and independence of the judiciary. A judge should avoid impropriety A judge should avoid even the appearance of impropriety in all of his or her activities. A judge should perform the duties of his or her office impartially and diligently. A judge may engage in activities to improve the law, the legal system, and the administration of justice. A judge should regulate his or her extra-judicial activities to minimize the risk of conflict with his or her judicial duties. A judge should regularly file a report of compensation he or she received for quasi-judicial and extra-judicial activities. A judge should refrain from political activity.

JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT CAN BE DIVIDED INTO SEVERAL CATEGORIESImproper Courtroom Behavior:Complaints against judges often allege improper behavior in the courtroom during a trial. Allegations of a judge's failure to maintain proper courtroom decorum and a judge's failure to be patient, dignified and courteous may include: 1. rude, abusive, and improper consideration and treatment of an attorney, a party, a witness, a juror, the court staff, and others at the hearing; 2. improper physical conduct; or 3. persistent failure to dispose of court business promptly and responsibly. Examples of improper courtroom behavior include: 1. racist or sexist comments by a judge, 2. sleeping or 3. drunkenness on the bench. Also, Judges may be disciplined for administrative failures such as taking an excessive amount of time to make a decision.

Improper or Illegal Influence:A judge must be independent from any outside influence that may affect his or her ability to be fair and impartial. Consequently, the type of activities in which a judge can participate is restricted. A judge cannot allow family, social or political relationships to influence a judicial decision. Also, a judge should not hear a matter in which the judge has a conflict of interest such as a personal interest in the outcome of the case. A judge must disqualify himself in a proceeding in which his or her impartiality could possibly be cast into doubt. A judge is an officer of the court and is expected to avoid even the appearance of impropriety. Extreme examples of improper influence would include giving or receiving a gift, bribe, loan, or other favor from a lawyer, a party, a witness or any other person. Also, it is inappropriate for a judge to engage in charitable fundraising activities. To help insure judicial independence, judges are generally required to file financial disclosure statements with the court and to file other financial statements with the state ethics commission.

Impropriety Off the Bench:A judge is also required to live an exemplary life off the bench. A judge is an officer of the court and is expected to avoid even the appearance of impropriety. Consequently, the state disciplinary body has the authority and the responsibility to monitor a judge's activity outside of the courtroom. Complaints dealing with off the bench conduct include: 1. misappropriation or misuse of public employees, property or funds; 2. improper speech or associations; 3. commenting publicly about a pending matter, 4. interference with a pending or impending lawsuit; 5. lewd or corrupt personal life; or 6. use of his or her judicial position to extort or embezzle funds. Clearly, off the bench conduct includes a wide range of behavior from merely inappropriate actions to criminal violations.

Other Improper Activities:A judge is also restricted as to other aspects of his or her position including prohibitions against: 1. engaging in private conversations which may influence his or her judicial actions; 2. conducting proceedings or discussions involving one party to a legal dispute, which are known as ex parte communications; 3. interfering with the attorney-client relationship; 4. displaying obvious bias toward a party; 5. abusing his or her contempt of court power; 6. abusing the prestige of his or her judicial office; 7. obstruction of justice, perjury, or filing a false document; 8. engaging in the practice of law; 9. engaging in political activity; 10. improper campaign activities; and 11. criminal behavior.

Physical or Mental Disability:In addition to allegations of misconduct in office, the state disciplinary body also has the authority and responsibility to deal with allegations of a judge's physical and mental disabilities. Disabilities may include: 1. alcohol or drug abuse; 2. senility; 3. serious physical illness; or 4. mental illness. The state disciplinary body can require that a judge submit to a medical examination as part of its investigation and it can also recommend counseling when appropriate.

TYPES OF COMPLAINTS THE STATE DISCIPLINARY BODY CANNOT ADDRESS Judicial misconduct does not include: 1. a judge's ruling regarding issues of law or on a judge's findings of fact; 2. matters within the discretion of the trial court judge; 3. a judge's ruling on the admissibility of evidence; 4. a judge's ruling on matters of alimony, child support, custody or visitation rights; 5. a sentence imposed by a judge; or 6. matters regarding whether or not to believe a witness. Conclusion:Although some states are beginning to open the process of judicial discipline to the public, the fact remains that proving a grievance against a judge is a tough battle. As with all professionals, judges tend protect other judges. Unless a judge has committed a serious breach of the Code of Judicial Conduct, a judge's reputation is likely to be protected. A judge's statement about the facts will generally be deemed to be credible. Reform of the disciplinary review system is needed. All states need to open the secret disciplinary process to the public. All review systems need to involve a greater number of non-lawyers in the process. Until there is additional reform in the disciplinary process, the public will probably not be satisfied with the outcome of the disciplinary process. Nevertheless, file a complaint about any unethical conduct by any judge. Even though the current system is inadequate, the judicial disciplinary system does maintain a record of all grievances that are filed. The mere fact that a potential disciplinary action may be filed acts as a deterrent to future misconduct by questionable judges, which benefits the reputable judges and the public as a whole. For information regarding the judicial disciplinary agency in your state, click here.



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