Criminal Defense/Police Misconduct

We Are Dedicated to Justice and Ensuring Your Rights Are Upheld

If you or a loved one is facing criminal charges, you need to have an experienced and highly skilled legal counsel at your side. Abdallah Law offers aggressive defense representation for virtually any type of criminal charges, including:

  • Felony crimes
  • DUIs and related charges
  • Drug and weapon crimes
  • Probation violations
  • Sex crimes
  • Theft and robbery
  • Murder
  • Assault & battery
  • Financial and other white-collar crimes
  • Domestic violence
  • 1983 Civil Rights/police misconduct
  • And much more
Fighting for Your Rights

Even minor criminal charges can have serious effects on your life or the life of your loved one for years to come. It has the potential to follow you or them around for the rest of their lives. It could result in prison or jail time, substantial fines, probation, or a damaged permanent record and reputation.

Unlike many criminal defense attorneys, who start with the assumption that negotiating a deal is the best course of action, we are ready to fight zealously and aggressively for justice. In most cases we handle, we craft an effective defense strategy to present at trial. While this is a more challenging course of action, it is your best approach for avoiding a conviction. Of course, we evaluate every case based on your unique situation and desired outcomes, and we always put your interests first.

Protecting You from ALL Threats

Laws ranging from the smallest local statutes all the way up to the U.S. Constitution itself are meant to help protect your civil rights either directly or indirectly. The specific laws related to civil rights have been changed, modified, and improved over the years, yet there are still gross violations that occur on a regular basis. All violations of your civil rights are inexcusable under the Constitution, but if the abuse is at the hands of a police officer, it is especially reprehensible.

Police officers have significant authority and power at their disposal so there are a lot of legal protections in place for civilians when they carry out their duties. When these officers overstep their authority however, they need to be held accountable for their actions.

If you have had your rights violated by an officer of the law, a statute known as Section 1983 will come into play. This is an old statute that has been in place since 1871, and is used today primarily because this section is what makes it unlawful for anyone who is acting under the authority of the state (including police officers) to deprive another person of their rights. If you feel that your civil rights have been violated by police officer, we have the knowledge and experience to take aggressive steps to protect your rights going forward.

Schedule a Free Consultation

If you or a loved one has been charged with, or is under investigation for, any crimes, we are here for you. Contact Abdallah Law to schedule a free consultation. If you choose to have us represent you, please know that you will have the full resources of our entire legal team working hard for you.