Helping Victims Recover Compensation For Wrongful Convictions

The criminal justice system is not perfect and, tragically, people have been wrongfully convicted and sentenced to prison for crimes they did not commit. While there is no amount of compensation that can replace the time that was taken from you, seeking help from experienced legal counsel can help put government actors on notice that wrongful convictions will not be tolerated. At The Law Offices of Shelley L. Stangler, P.C., our lawyer works hard to help hold government agencies accountable for their actions while helping victims recover the compensation they deserve.

Our firm’s founder, attorney Shelley Stangler, has extensive experience handling cases involving civil rights violations. These types of cases are complex and are best served by a legal team that understands how to navigate the system. To find out how we may be able to help you, call our Springfield office at 877-267-9907 to arrange a consultation to discuss your situation.

We Handle A Wide Range Of Wrongful Conviction Claims

With our background in cases involving civil rights litigation, we handle a wide range of claims involving wrongful conviction, including:

  • Cases involving prosecutorial misconduct
  • False arrest and false imprisonment
  • Convictions stemming from inadequate or wrongful investigations
  • Improperly handled evidence

We are committed to helping right the wrongs that occur when the criminal justice system fails. We help hold the government accountable for civil rights violations in an effort to help limit the amount of wrongful convictions. We are prepared to put our experience and knowledge to work for you.

Contact A Civil Rights Attorney In New Jersey

If you or a loved one has been exonerated for a crime, we would like to hear from you. Call our Springfield office at 877-267-9907 to arrange a consultation, including evening appointments. You may also contact us online. We have Spanish-speaking staff.

Our Practice Areas

Civil Rights Litigation

Police Misconduct
Personal Injury
Employment Discrimination
Education Law

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