Police Misconduct

While we want to believe that our authorities are inherently good, some police officers may still commit misconducts such as wrongfully arresting an individual. If you have been a victim of any police misconduct it is best to hire a well versed police misconduct attorney to make sure that your rights are protected. Our season police misconduct lawyers at Morgan Legal Group P.C. will help you build up a strong case against these authority figures who wronged you.
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Generally, the patient-doctor confidentiality will still apply should you pursue a case against a police officer. The only time that the patient-doctor confidentiality may be jeopardized is if the court subpoenaed your doctor to appear before court or to release your medical or psychiatric records.

The doctors of course would first have to validate if the subpoena is indeed authentic. Moreover, New York State laws protect the patient-doctor privilege wherein if the doctor or psychiatrist is summoned in court they may only testify or release documents pertaining to the case itself and they cannot be forced to disclose the entire medical or psychiatric records.

Some may be wary of filing a complaint against police officers in fear of retaliation. The good thing is, there are state and federal laws in place to protect citizens and prevent police officers from retaliating over a filed complaint. If you need to learn more about this, it is best to consult with a police misconduct attorney in NYC. Here at the Morgan Legal Group P.C., we have police misconduct attorneys that can help you answer your questions and alleviate your fears if you are thinking of filing a case against the NYPD.