New York NYPD Disciplinary Defense Lawyers
Whether you hold the rank of Police Officer, Detective, Sergeant, Lieutenant or Captain, as a Uniformed Member of the Service employed by the New York City Police Department, you are entitled to legal representation if you are accused of misconduct. This right applies even most preliminary stage of any investigation–the P.G. 206-13 hearing, usually referred to as a GO-15.
A notification to appear at IAB or Inspections can be nerve-wracking, even for the most experienced police professional. Our attorneys have over 20 years of experience representing MOS in the most difficult times of their careers, from the GO-15 through the Trial Room and beyond.
Having an attorney by your side who is skilled and experienced in the inner workings of the NYPD’s disciplinary system can prove to be invaluable when facing disciplinary charges. Even more importantly, having the right counsel may help you avoid those charges to being with. Our attorneys know every section of the Patrol Guide and how the NYPD brass can manipulate those sections to make even the best cop face career-ending charges. We know the difference between making a tactical decision while in the field and committing misconduct, and we have regularly shown the commissioners at 1PP that our clients were in the right.
The attorneys at the Brill Legal Group have years of experience handling disciplinary matters within the NYPD and are well-versed in the rules and procedures of both the Department Advocate’s Office and the Department’s trial room.
If you are under investigation or are facing career-altering Trial Room charges, call us today for a free consultation. We are available 24/7/365.