Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Unwanted Anal Cavity Searches

Perhaps most colonoscopies are unwanted, but people should not be forced through traumatic anal cavity searches at the hands of local law enforcement without substantial probable cause. Yet, that is just what appears to have happened to multiple individuals.

As reported yesterday on the Las Vegas Criminal Defense Blog, a man has filed a lawsuit against law enforcement for violation of his civil rights because he was forced to undergo 8 separate and invasive anal cavity searches ranging from x-rays to colonoscopy because police claimed he was "clenching his buttocks." Now today it is being reported that another individual suffered a similar fate. For more information click here.

Every person has a right to not be subjected to excessive force by law enforcement. Police are there to protect the citizens; not to harm them. Certainly being forced to multiple invasive anal cavity searches is excessive force, but there are many other things that would qualify as well.

If you or a loved one have suffered excessive force at the hands of law enforcement, you may be entitled to compensation. Please do not hesitate to contact the attorneys at Connor & Connor Pllc today.  The attorneys at Connor & Connor Pllc are licensed to practice law before all Nevada state and federal courts. We serve clients from all socioeconomic segments of our community and we will fight to ensure that you receive compensation for your injuries. If you or a loved one has been injured, contact one of the attorneys at Connor & Connor Pllc as soon as possible for a consultation.  Any delay could negatively affect your legal rights.  You may contact the firm through email at or by phone at (702) 750-9139 or visit You may also visit the firm's Facebook page at!/ConnorConnorPllc.

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