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Police officers are supposed to enforce our laws in order to protect the innocent and keep our streets safe. Unfortunately, they can be just as susceptible to making mistakes as any other citizens. If you have been unlawfully arrested or falsely accused, you cannot afford to be without a knowledgeable civil rights attorney.

Civil rights cases are difficult to win and unlawful arrest cases are no exception. At the Chicago law firm of Loevy & Loevy, our civil rights attorneys have the experience and skills to help you if you have been the victim of a false arrest or accusal. We bring more lawsuits against the City of Chicago than any other firm, and have handled civil rights cases around the entire country including Illinois, Arizona, Ohio, Nebraska, Massachusetts, Texas, Missouri, Michigan, Indiana, Wisconsin and many more.

While these cases can be very difficult and take hundreds, even thousands, of attorney hours, we commit for the long haul and have what it takes to fight for justice in your unlawful arrest or police misconduct case.

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Loevy Blog

Topic: Police Misconduct

Immunity Run Amok

One of the things the 2016 elections laid bare is that ordinary Americans are tired of the powerful protecting and enriching themselves. At the heart of the American ideal of government of the people, by the people, and for the people is that no one is above the law. The United States Supreme Court is… Read More

Criminal Justice Reform Under Sessions

At the end of the Obama administration, the Department of Justice rushed to release several reports about criminal justice in America, before the reports could be buried by the incoming Trump administration. One of those we recently discussed – the DOJ’s eleventh hour report about the Chicago Police Department’s institutional racism and use of excessive… Read More