Excessive Force Claims
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Kenneth Udoibok has built a reputation for aggressively pursuing civil rights cases through the courts. He has built a tradition of successfully litigating civil rights cases and managing complex civil rights lawsuits.
Kenneth is committed to using the legal process to produce systemic change. His focus on civil rights law covers a broad range of civil liberties matters that are protected by the United States Constitution, the Minnesota Constitution, and many other state and federal laws.
I have the skills, experience, and resources to effectively handle a broad range of civil rights cases such as:
- Police Misconduct
- Criminal Civil Rights Enforcement Matters
- Over Detention by Law Enforcement
- Unlawful Strip Searches
- Access to Public Accommodations and Facilities
- Protecting Rights of American with Disabilities
- Employment Discrimination
- Fair Housing Act Violations
- Slum Housing and Section 8 Litigation
- Rights of Institutionalized Persons
- Prison Conditions
- Free speech cases
- Discrimination on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, age, or disability
I am committed to combatting excessive force.
Kenneth Udoibok is particularly committed to representing victims of police abuse in courts around the United States. He pursues excessive force cases with great passion because he firmly believes that civil rights litigation is a moral and philosophical imperative.
A police officer who commits an illegal assault is as culpable and liable for their actions as any civilian. Most importantly, a law enforcement officer who willingly assaults another person in the line of duty must be held responsible for their actions, for in their role as sworn peace officers they ought to know better.
The long term effects of a police assault are not merely physical. Many people who suffer assault at the hands of “peace” officers experience severe depression, nightmares, and post-traumatic stress disorder. An assault, whether physical or mental, totally undermines and destroys the faith we all have in law enforcement in general.
Those who commit assault should be held accountable for their actions regardless of whether or not they wear a badge. If you or someone you know endured an assault at the hands of a police officer you may be entitled to take legal action. Let a knowledgeable, dedicated, and experienced lawyer help restore your faith in the legal system.