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Fighting Police Brutality,
Criminal Charges And More

Sivin, Miller & Roche LLP is a New York Law Firm dedicated to achieving justice for victims of police and prison abuse and to defending the rights and liberties of individuals facing criminal prosecution.

We are committed to holding police and corrections officers accountable when they violate the civil rights of New Yorkers. Our firm is renowned for successfully pursuing monetary damages in cases involving excessive force, false arrest, police shootings, malicious prosecution, and wrongful convictions. With decades of experience, we are recognized as one of New York’s leading civil rights law firms.

Our firm robustly defends clients accused of crimes, consistently achieving exceptional outcomes. We have a proven track record of successfully representing clients across a broad spectrum of criminal charges, including homicide, assault, narcotics and gun crimes, sexual offenses, DWI, fraud, and other white-collar crimes.

We are passionate advocates for all our clients and work tirelessly to pursue the best possible result in every case.

Case Results

$3,500,000 Police Brutality

$10 Million Police Negligence

$6 Million Construction Accident

$11 million Bus Accident

The New York City Attorneys
Who Don’t Back Down

Without question, police officers, state patrolmen, corrections officers and other public service employees have challenging jobs. However, this does not give them the right to overstep the legal boundaries by bringing false charges against someone or using unnecessary or excessive force.

Don’t trust your civil rights claims to a lawyer who does it part time. We have in-depth knowledge of law enforcement procedures, including all aspects of current police guidelines and mandatory reports that must be filed. We know how to access these reports to strengthen your case. You can rely on us to uncover the whole truth about your arrest.


In The News


City Pays in Cop Shoot
New York Daily News, September 29, 2019
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Second Circuit Upholds Jury Verdict for Wrongfully Arrested Man, July 1, 2020
The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit affirmed the
lower court’s finding that a jury verdict totaling $377,500 in damages was
legitimate and not excessive.

New York: $655,000 Award after State Found 100% Responsible for Prisoner Assault
Prison Legal News, Aug 6, 2019
A New York Court of Claims held the state was 100% responsible for a prisoner-on-prisoner assault that resulted in severe injuries, and awarded $655,000 in damages.
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