Jemel Roberson | SA Announces No Charges for Shooting Officer
On October 2, 2020, the Cook County State's Attorney's Office announced it would not criminally charge Ian Covey, the Midlothian Police Officer who fatally shot 26-year-old Jemel Roberson. Kulis Law and Action Injury Law Group are working on behalf of Roberson's family to pursue justice in federal court through a civil case.
Trailer | Cycle: The Right to Remain Violent
In the early hours of June 15, 2019, Mount Pleasant Police Officer Eric Giese shot and killed 18-year-old Ty’rese West. Giese initially stopped West for riding his bicycle without a light. In the documentary, “Cycle: The Right to Remain Violent,” LionArt Media highlights the tragic ending to West’s life. The documentary explores the moments leading up to, and immediately after West’s violent death, the aftermath of West’s murder, and the legal mechanisms being used to obtain justice and accountability for West’s death. In December 2019, Kulis Law and Action Injury Group filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against Giese and the Mount Pleasant Police Department for the wrongful killing of West.
Ariel Roman | Excessive Force Lawsuit Filed
Chicago Police officers shot Ariel Roman at a CTA red line stop after he passed between moving train cars in violation of a minor ordinance. Kulis Law, alongside Action Injury Group, are advocating for Roman and representing him in an excessive force lawsuit against the officers and the City of Chicago.
Jemel Roberson | News Report and Interview of Gregory Kulis
Reporters interviewed Gregory E. Kulis about the case of Jemel Roberson, a security officer who was shot on the job by police. After Roberson apprehended a shooting suspect near Manny's Blue Room Bar, where he worked, police fatally shot him, assuming he was the suspect.
Itemid Al-Matar | Press Conference
On July 4, 2015, Itemid Al-Matar, a Muslim student, was on her way home when Chicago Police Officers accosted and brutalized her, completely unprovoked and without justification or probable cause. Several officers attacked Al-Matar as she was on her way to board a CTA elevated train, pushing her down stairs and tearing her religious garments. As a result, Kulis Law filed a six-count civil rights lawsuit against the Chicago Police Officers who assaulted Al-Matar, successfully securing a settlement award for her.
Kulis Law | Civil Rights and Commercial Litigation Law Firm
Founder and Managing Partner, Gregory E. Kulis, describes the firm and the areas of law it practices.
Gregory Kulis | Police Misconduct Law
Our Founder and Managing Partner, Gregory Kulis, discusses police misconduct and the law.