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The settlement in the Laquan McDonald case brought a microscope of national and international attention to the shooting itself as well as the City of Chicago’s Code of Silence in trying to cover up misconduct in police shootings. The United States Department of Justice initiated a federal investigation into the facts and circumstances of the shooting as well as a policy and practice review of the entire Chicago Police Department. Officer Van Dyke was ultimately convicted of second Degree Murder and 16 counts of Aggravated Battery with a Firearm.

Mr. Neslund is featured in the new Showtime Documentary film "16 SHOTS", premiering on June 14, 2019. This feature examines the 2014 shooting of 17-year old Laquan McDonald by Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke and the cover-up that ensued. Academy Award nominated director Richard Rowley dissects the cover up which led to the unprecedented conviction that fractured the political landscape of Chicago.


Mr. Neslund in featured in the
Showtime Documentary "16 SHOTS"

3 Reasons to Hire Us

Why Choose Jeffrey J. Neslund

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EXPERIENCED

A veteran trial attorney fighting for justice in state and federal courtrooms for over over 25 years

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FOCUSED ON YOU

A passionate advocate committed and focused on the preparation necessary to maximize the success in your case.

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RESULTS

Nationally recognized for exceptional results in both settlements and verdicts in police brutality and wrongful death cases.

In The News

Family of 17-year-old allegedly shot in head, killed by officer sues city
The mother of a teenager who was allegedly killed by a Chicago police officer in February filed a lawsuit Wednesday against the City of Chicago.


Audio Missing on Dashcam Video of Teen Shot 16 Times by Chicago Cop: Attorneys
Video captured by an in-camera squad car on the night a Chicago Police officer shot and killed 17-year-old LaQuan McDonald does not contain audio, according to attorneys for the McDonald family, who have viewed the tape.


Chicago Loses Suit Over 2014 New Year’s Eve Shooting--Another $4.75M Judgment
A Cook County jury has awarded a South Side family $4.75 million, in connection with a 2014 New Year’s Eve shooting where an officer was accused of blindly firing into the rear of a 105th Street home. Kierra Williamson and two brothers, Michael and Princeton, were shot by a Chicago police officer responding to a report of shots fired by New Year’s revelers. Michael Williamson was in the Navy and home on leave at the time.

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If you, or someone you know, has been a victim of police brutality, wrongful death, wrongful convictions, false arrests, or catastrophic personal injuries caused by negligence, you need to call us now for your free case evaluation.