Police Assault and Battery – Things Aren’t Always As They Seem

We know that things are not always as they seem on the surface. We represent you in an effort to prosecute your claims, bring those responsible to justice, and make those legally responsible compensate you for your injuries. Consider the claims of sexual battery involving a decorated, former New York City police officer in 2001. The New York Post reported that Brian McNamee, 34 was questioned about an Oct. 6 incident where a hotel manager reported that he had seen him in the pool, apparently having sex with a woman. In addition to the incident, detectives looked into how the woman ingested gamma hydroxybutyrate, or GHB which is also called the “date-rape” drug. Brian McNamee was not only a former NY police officer, but at the time a Yankees fitness coach. There are times when we need to prosecute similar claims, and we know the position the City’s lawyers typically take in such cases. It’s known as deny, delay and defend. It’s the three Ds.

Let us be your attorneys. As New York Police Battery Lawyers, we bring over 20 years of our experience in prosecuting your claims and commanding the compensation you deserve.

If you or someone you know has sustained injuries after being mistreated by police officers, contact a New York Police Battery Attorney at Michael Gunzburg, P.C. today!

Cases of police battery do not always have to be so extreme in order to be proven. Offensive touching can constitute a battery even if it does not cause injury. For example, if a police officer repeatedly pokes you in the chest while loudly emphasizing a point, or spits on you they may be charged with battery. If you think you’ve been involved in a case of police battery in New York, but you’re unclear what constitutes police battery and you are not sure of your rights, call us for a free initial consultation. Our police battery lawyers are here to help you and give you personalized attention regarding your matter.

Michael Gunzburg is a New York Police Battery Attorney serving the New York metropolitan area including New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, Staten Island, Manhattan, Suffolk, Nassau, Westchester, Rockland, and Orange County.

Call Michael Gunzburg, P.C. today at 212-725-8500 for a free initial phone consultation.

If you or someone you know has sustained injuries after being mistreated by police officers, contact a New York Police Battery Attorney at Michael Gunzburg, P.C. today!

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