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Ventura County Police Misconduct Lawyers

Police misconduct in Ventura County is an injustice that hurts victims, families, and the entire community. When the police hurt you or someone you love, you have a right to feel angry and worried that they might escape the consequences of their actions.

How can you hold the police accountable? How can you go up against large law enforcement institutions and get the justice you deserve?

You are not alone in this fight, and you don’t have to go up against those responsible on your own. At the Law Offices of Dale K. Galipo, we firmly believe that no one should be exempt from the law, regardless of their position. You deserve justice, and we’re dedicated to helping you achieve it.

We’re fully aware of the fear and uncertainty that you must be feeling, not knowing how to hold those responsible accountable. But we want you to know that there’s hope, and there’s a legal team here to stand by your side.

If you or someone you love has been a victim of police misconduct in Ventura County, call our law firm immediately. You deserve justice and someone on your side who can fight for you. Call (818) 347-3333 or complete our confidential contact form today.

Why Choose Our Police Misconduct Attorneys?

When you or a loved one suffers harm due to police misconduct, where can you turn in Ventura County for help?

Attorney Dale K. Galipo is a legal champion who has devoted more than three decades of his career to advocating for victims of police misconduct and brutality, not only in Ventura County but across Southern California. Since 1989, Dale has become one of the nation’s foremost civil rights attorneys. He fully embraces the responsibility of “policing the police,” and he has the success to prove it.

No one has gone to trial and won more cases against the police than Attorney Dale K. Galipo!

If you want to hold the Ventura police accountable for their actions, you need Attorney Dale K. Galipo fighting for you and your family. His remarkable track record in fighting for police misconduct victims and their families has earned him an exceptional reputation within his community. Here are just a few of the noteworthy cases where he has secured justice for his clients.

  • $33.4 million – excessive force/police shooting a man with scissors
  • $23.8 million – police officer shooting
  • $17 million – excessive police force/shooting an unarmed suspect
  • $5.5 million – excessive tasing of an unarmed suspect
  • $4.75 million – excessive force/shooting a man with a pipe

We Seek Justice After Police Misconduct Cases

In Ventura County, like in many other communities in Southern California, police misconduct can take various forms. One example of police misconduct might involve an unjustified use of force by law enforcement officers during an arrest or confrontation with a member of the community.

Police misconduct can shatter the trust that the community places in its law enforcement agencies and create a climate of fear and mistrust. In Ventura County, as in any other region, individuals and families must know where to turn when they experience or witness police misconduct.

At the Law Offices of Dale K Galipo, we want to be your trusted ally in your search for justice after suffering due to police misconduct. We have handled various police misconduct cases and helped our clients collect millions.

Some of the cases we’ve handled include:

  • Excessive Use of Force
  • Police Shootings & Deadly Force
  • Police Brutality
  • Racial Profiling
  • Evidence Tampering
  • False Arrest
  • Corruption
  • Violation of Miranda Rights
  • Sexual Misconduct
  • False Testimony
  • Unlawful Search and Seizure
  • Failure to Intervene
  • Retaliation

Who Can We Hold Accountable for Police Misconduct in Ventura County?

In Ventura County, it takes work to hold local police agencies accountable for misconduct. Law enforcement can sometimes employ aggressive tactics to escape liability, leaving victims feeling justifiably frustrated and angry. We will fight to hold the police accountable. Our Ventura County police misconduct lawyers are committed to ensuring justice is served even if we have to go up against large law enforcement institutions. Remember, no one should ever be considered above the law.

At the Law Offices of Dale K. Galipo, we can hold various Ventura County agencies accountable when police misconduct occurs, including, but not limited to:

What Is My Police Misconduct Case Worth?

If the police or law enforcement in Ventura County violated your rights, you could obtain millions. However, your case is unique, and how much you receive depends on the details of your case and the damages you suffered.

To determine how much your case may be worth, contact our law firm immediately. We’ll talk with you and get your side of the story. After our meeting, we can give you a better idea of what amount of compensation you might expect. In general, we can help you seek compensation for your medical bills, lost wages, pain and suffering, and emotional distress.

You won’t know how much your police misconduct case is worth until you call our law firm!

Our Law Firm is Here to Help

We stand firm in our belief that every officer and law enforcement agency should be held accountable within the bounds of the law. Our dedication to supporting victims of police misconduct and their families is why so many Ventura County victims chose our law firm from the start.

If you’ve suffered from the consequences of police brutality in Ventura County, remember that you have allies in this fight. Our team of attorneys at the Law Offices of Dale K. Galipo is here, ready to fight for you and your loved ones.

Our police misconduct & deadly force lawyers have helped victims and families in Ventura County including Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Oxnard, Simi Valley, Moorpark, Santa Paula and throughout Southern California. We can help you, too, if you call us today. Call (818) 347-3333 or fill out our confidential contact form to speak to someone at our office. Together, we can seek justice.