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Standing Up Against Abuses Of Power

In today’s climate, far too many interactions with police end with someone getting hurt — or worse. These interactions violate our constitutional rights, and the actions of those who abuse their power cannot go unchecked.

Attorney Ronald Haley of Haley & Associates is dedicated to achieving justice at the individual level. His experience in high-profile criminal defense, combined with a passion for fighting against abuses of power, has led him to take a stand on cases of police brutality.

If you have experienced abuse by police in Baton Rouge or elsewhere in Louisiana, we want you to know: You are not alone. We hear you, and we will do everything we can to help you affect change.

When Police Go Too Far, We’re On Your Side

The Constitution limits what the police can do while they are on the job. Excessive force and other police misconduct violates your constitutional rights, and when that happens — we are there to tell your story.

In many cases, we deal with police brutality issues while defending against criminal charges. When police use excessive force, it affects the criminal case and has the potential for an independent civil claim. In some cases, we can get the charges against you dropped because of actions by police. In others, we are able to ensure the officer faces the consequences of their actions. In every case, our goal is to help you through this difficult time and move toward a better future.

Make Your Voice Heard

To schedule your free consultation, call 225-663-8869 or use our online contact form to reach out. By seeking help from a lawyer, you’ll have someone on your side who can help you defend your rights and make your voice heard.


Haley & Associates has sent our staff home out of precaution of the COVID-19 virus.

Attorney Haley will be available for emergency consultations regarding criminal defense matters. Courts will take up emergency/time sensitive matters such as bonds, bench warrant recalls, or probation holds. Many of these hearings will be conducted via phone or video conferencing.

Attorney Greenhouse will be available via video conferencing for emergency family court matters.

We will do our best to answer your calls remotely, but may not be able to answer all calls immediately. The best way to reach us if we are not available via phone is email and we will get back in touch with you promptly.

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