The Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution states:

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.

Even if you were only captive for a short while and not physically harmed, a false arrest or imprisonment can leave behind traumatizing emotional scars and create issues in your family life, employment status, and social reputation. Geoffrey Fieger and his team won’t tolerate this type of injustice. They’ll fight and they’ll win the financial restitution you and your family are legally and morally entitled to receive.

70+ Years of Defending Civil Rights

Our firm’s founder, Bernard Fieger, was an active participant in the Civil Rights Movement and passionately contributed to racial equality in his public and private life. Since 1979, Geoffrey Fieger has carried on his mission to be a champion for the underdog and the oppressed, to hold the government accountable for their actions against the innocent.

We are not afraid to take on police departments, prison systems, or any authority on your behalf. Our firm has made a reputation for winning against truly powerful opponents, and we’re certainly not afraid to continue beating injustice in court. Our firm has secured hundreds of millions in verdicts and settlements for our clients—that’s because we believe in what we do, and we pour our effort into every case we handle.

More Million-Dollar Results than Any U.S. Law Firm

For over 70 years, the nationally-recognized civil rights lawyers at Fieger Law have fought and won judgments for our clients. If you or your family member have suffered from a false arrest or imprisonment, Geoffrey Fieger and the expert attorneys at Fieger Law can help. Contact the nation’s most successful and effective law firm today.