Sunday, August 17, 2008


Burbank Lawyer Dennis Wilson helps you stand up for your rights. In today's society, it is very difficult for an individual to take on City Hall. You need an attorney to help you fight injustice and oppression. There comes a time in each of our lives when we are faced with a situation where we are wrongfully accused, unjustly judged, or just labeled what we are not. These are the times when we should stand up and be counted. It's hard to face the noise and wall of fear without someone there who has been through it all before.

Fighting injustice and defending a person's rights is what Dennis Wilson does on a daily basis. His office handles major civil rights cases, criminal defense cases, and many other types of legal situations where someone needs help. The office is able to quickly respond to most legal problems and can call into action many resources to aid you in your time of need.

Currently the Law Offices of Dennis Wilson, working in conjunction with several other offices including those of Gregg Yates and Tony Luti is prosecuting another officer involved shooting in Inglewood. When Chief Seabrooks claimed that there were only two rounds discharged into Kevin Wicks the legal team was quick to prove this was wrong, because in fact Kevin Wicks was shot three times. The Inglewood Police Department has been requested to release the audio tapes of the 911 CALLS that night, but still has not done so. Chief Seabrooks has failed to contact the Law Offices of Dennis Wilson or any of the other Law Offices involved in prosecuting this case on behalf of the family.

The photograph of the front door, the civilian witnesses statements, the two autopsy findings, physical evidence at the apartment and other details of the investigation all point away from the Inglewood Police Department's version of what happened that night. This case is going to trial in Federal Court and the truth will shine through, injustice will be exposed, police policy and procedures will be brought into question, and there will be a jury verdict at the end of the day.

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