Law Enforcement Representation:
Protecting Texas Police Officers
There has never been a more challenging time to be a police officer. You worry about being publicly scrutinized for every action and split-second decision you make while working in an increasingly-dangerous and volatile environment. You will always be judged by the outcome of your actions, rather than the circumstances in which you had to make a life-or-death decision.
That’s why it is more important than ever for police officers to consult with a lawyer as soon as possible after an injury or accident on or off the job. Additionally, as soon as you learn about an Internal Affairs investigation or need representation in a criminal matter, the sooner you hire an attorney with experience defending police officers, the better.
Police officers are under the microscope more than just about anyone else right now. Rest assured attorney Randall Moore of The Law Offices of Randall D. Moore, PLLC, will work to protect your job, your reputation and your future.
Injured On or Off the Job?
Police officers hurt in car accidents, whether on or off the job, often face immense legal and political challenges along with dealing with their injuries. At a minimum, these challenges can leave them benched from active duty while they recover from their injuries, limiting their ability to provide financially for their families. On the other end of the spectrum, an auto accident or other injury accident can find officers out of work completely, with no seeming recourse.
If you’ve been injured in an accident, either while you were working or while you were on your own time, you need strong legal representation from a lawyer who knows what you’re up against. You need attorney Randall D. Moore.
A Lawyer Who Understands What You Do
As a highly-trained police officer, you are constantly exposed the risk of being sued in a civil lawsuit or caught up in a criminal case. Even an internal investigation on unfounded charges can have serious, long-term repercussions to you personally and professionally.
If you need help, attorney Moore will be there to protect your rights. He is highly knowledgeable of the unique circumstances that you face as a police officer, including things such as:
- Fitness-for-duty requirements
- Administrative rules
- Job duties
- How injuries limit your ability to work and earn an income
Turn to attorney Moore immediately, as he can attend to you at the scene of a shooting, protect your right to employment, and tell your story to the court or Internal Affairs. Whether you a strong defense attorney to represent you in a disciplinary matter, civil action or criminal matters, attorney Moore will be there for you.
A Strong Advocate for Officers
Often times, officers are pressured to meet unrealistic and artificial performance goals to keep their jobs. Officers also often take the blame in the press and in the departments when they are not trained properly or when internal software malfunctions. Attorney Moore will do his best to protect you from disciplinary actions and public and legislative grandstanding that could cost you your career.
Available 24/7 to Best Serve You
Police work isn’t a nine-to-five job. Keeping our communities safe is an around-the-clock job that is physically and mentally exhausting. When an accident happens or when either an officer or suspect goes down, someone needs to be there immediately to protect your rights.
Attorney Randall D. Moore is on call for you 24 hours a day, seven days a week. He will come to you wherever you, whenever you need him.
When An Police Office Needs Help, Dial Attorney Randall Moore
If you’ve been hurt in an accident, if you’re accused in a civil or criminal court matter or if you’re subject to an internal investigation, you need a strong advocate on your side. Texas attorney Randall D. Moore has the experience addressing challenging situations involving police officers. He will work to protect you, your job and your right to fair compensation if you’re injured or have lost your job.
Make one call to attorney Moore for all your legal needs. He is approved by the Texas Municipal Police Association, and his familiarity with and knowledge of police officers’ fitness-for-duty requirements, internal regulations and more is bar none.