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Police Practices - Police Misconduct
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If your client has been victimized by police misconduct, excessive force, false arrest, or acted in self defense, call Gilbertson Investigations at (360) 237-4247. Professor Gilbertson is available to discuss your case. .
POLICE MISCONDUCT routinely results in the violation of an individual's civil rights, and can take many forms. Some common examples are:
While most officers are honorable men and women who have dedicated their lives to public service, some are not. Every law enforcement agency employs marginal police officers. Professor Gilbertson understand how individuals can be victimized by marginal, unethical, or even dishonest police
officers. These officers are not above the law.
Gilbertson Investigations is committed to helping victims of police misconduct. If your client's civil rights have been violated by acts of police misconduct, excessive force, or false arrest, contact Gilbertson Investigations. Professor Gilbertson and his colleagues have helped dozens of attorneys achieve positive outcomes for their clients, and they can help you too.
Professor Gilbertson Qualified as Police Expert in U.S. District Court
In a recent federal court trial, Moises E. Ponce Alvarez v. King County Sheriff’s Office, the Presiding Judge for the Western District of Washington entered the following opinion:
“Mr. Gilbertson’s qualifications demonstrate extensive experience in policing. His experience includes work as a Georgia police officer, SWAT team officer, superior court investigator, school resource officer, stakeout squad officer, and senior patrolman. After his law enforcement career, Mr. Gilbertson became a college professor and private investigator. He has taught courses in criminal justice and conducted pretrial investigations for attorneys in criminal cases. The Court finds his testimony can be expected to have a reliable basis in knowledge and experience.”
Professor Gilbertson has testified in civil and criminal cases as an expert witness in Washington, Oregon, Illinois, Kansas, and Connecticut. He has consulted as an expert witness for casework in California, Arizona, Nevada, Wyoming, Montana, Alabama, Ohio, North Carolina, Mississippi, Maine, and Kentucky.