Albuquerque Civil Rights Attorney
- A person is not guilty of a crime until proven to be so in a court of law.
Sadly, occurrences of law enforcement misconduct and breaches of civil rights occur more frequently than anyone would like to admit. Many of those accused of crimes are not treated with the respect they are afforded by law.
If you live in Albuquerque, NM and believe that you have been a victim of law enforcement misconduct, contact an experienced Albuquerque civil rights attorney immediately.
A Trustworthy, Experienced Civil Rights Attorney in Albuquerque
My firm, Angela Arellanes Law, is an experienced law firm in Albuquerque, NM. I am experienced and reputable in handling the following types of civil rights cases:
- Excessive Force: I will pursue justice on behalf of those who have experienced excessive force from law enforcement agents who are supposed to exist to serve and protect New Mexico’s legal residents.
- Breaches of Due Process: I will ensure that those accused of crimes receive due process as stipulated by US law. Proper process must be conducted on behalf of law enforcement agents in order to uphold an accused person’s rights. When due process is breached, the accused may receive lesser sentencing or acquittal on the basis of legal misconduct.
I have experience in handling all types of Albuquerque civil rights cases involving misconduct. If you live in Albuquerque, NM and believe that your civil rights have been violated, contact me today.
Contact an Experienced Albuquerque Civil Rights Attorney
I belong to the New Mexico Trial Lawyers Association and have over 25 years of experience in providing Albuquerque with aggressive legal representation. I pride myself in providing clients with honest, up-front, and trustworthy legal services and am admitted to practice law in the U.S. District Court of New Mexico, U.S. Court of Appeals 10th Circuit, and U.S. Supreme Court. If your civil rights have been violated, seek justice and help prevent future misconduct by contacting the law offices of Angela Arellanes Law today.