The third largest municipality in the state, New Haven, CT is home to 124,000 inhabitants. Founded in 1638, the city is the site of the "Nine-square Plan" a series of eight streets laid out in a grid-like pattern, registered as a National Historic Planning landmark, and the National Historic Landmark New Haven green, a 16-acre town square located in its downtown. New Haven is also home to Yale University, which along with health care, professional and financial services, and retail trade form the basis of the city’s industry.
This prestigious New England community is also home to numerous accomplished New Haven lawyers. New Haven lawyers are experienced in legal matters involving business, family, crime, real estate, intellectual property, immigration, and medical malpractice, as well as others.
Attorneys in New Haven were recently involved on both sides of a lawsuit against a local police officer. The lawsuits accuse the officer of police brutality and illegal strip searching. Local residents claim the officer has a history of using excessive force; the defense argues that the officer often works in tough, violent New Haven neighborhoods but complaints against the officer are within the bounds of normal for the department. The lawsuit is ongoing.
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