We continue to see police abuses everyday inflicted on Black people in this country. While the conviction of Derek Chauvin is a victory against injustice, much work is left to be done to eradicate discrimination and bias from policing. Every time we see a police officer brutalize a Black person, we are reminded once again that Black people are not treated with dignity. Police brutality says to every Black person that you don’t matter. As a Chicago civil rights attorney, I represent the victims of police brutality to advance the cause of justice and dignity.

Check out this video where I explain what the message police brutality sends to Black people.

If you’ve been the victim of police abuse, speak to an experienced police brutality and misconduct attorney.

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