Lauren P. Raysor Presents Preliminary Findings on Call for Reform of the Mount Vernon Police Department
Lauren P. Raysor recently presented a report on behalf of the Mount Vernon Coalition for Police Reform to the mayor of Mount Vernon, members of the City Council and other elected officials. Ms. Raysor formed the Mount Vernon Coalition for Police Reform, a group of former police officers, civil rights attorneys, former city officials and several others seeking ways to improve the practices of the Mount Vernon Police Department.
Click here to read the report.
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Lauren P. Raysor NYC Attorney at Law
About Lauren P. Raysor, New York Attorney
New York Attorney Lauren P. Raysor is an experienced litigator whose practice focuses on the defense and prosecution of Negligence Claims and Police Misconduct Cases. She has litigated numerous cases over the years taking over 35 cases to verdict and has argued before the Appellate Division in the case of Makeda Barnes Joseph vs Universal Music Group.
Ms. Raysor has served as Corporation Counsel for the City of Mount Vernon where she was in charge of the City’s Law Department.
Lawyer Lauren P. Raysor has also served as the Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Upper Manhattan Region where she prosecuted Consumer Fraud.
Further, Ms. Raysor was the former Assistant Deputy Chief of the Tort Division where she supervised 12 attorneys, managed the City’s motion practice and litigated numerous high exposure civil cases through to verdict.
Ms. Raysor is currently outside counsel for the NYS Dormitory Authority, former outside counsel to the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone and former counsel at a Wall Street Law Firm.
Reviews & Testimonials
“I was a nervous wreck and, in spite of the urgency and the late notice, Ms. Raysor took the case and, within hours, had made contact and quelled a situation that could have cost me tens of thousands of dollars to settle.” –A Satisfied Client, PS
Personal injury attorney Lauren Raysor will work to protect your family and get the settlement you deserve for your personal injury.
Contact Lauren P. Raysor to be your lawyer if you have been injured as the result of:
- Slip and fall
- Construction site accident
- School accident
- Car accident
- Bus or Subway accident
- Pedestrian accident
Perhaps the most powerful help to people finding it hard to pay their bills and also to avoid lawsuit and foreclosure is Federal Bankruptcy law.
Unfortunately, while this law is powerful, it is also complex, and in recent years major changes have occurred which make the law even more complex.
Contact Lauren P. Raysor to be your lawyer in a case of bankruptcy.
In the United States, everyone is supposed to have the same rights under the law. Sometimes that does not happen. Civil rights violations can occur when:
- You are arrested for no reason during a routine stop
- You are arrested as a result of racial or minority group profiling
- Negligence in jail and prison
- Use of excessive force and beating
Civil rights violations can also occur when you are discriminated against based on age, gender, disability, nationality, race, and religion. If you think you have been a victim of a civil rights violation or discrimination, contact lawyer Lauren P. Raysor for a free consultation.
Matrimonial & Family Court
Matrimonial attorney Lauren Raysor handles these matrimonial matters, which may include:
- New York Child custody
- New York Visitation
- Child support / Maintenance
(formerly known as alimony)
- Equitable distribution of assets
- Child care
Contact Lauren P. Raysor to be your matrimonial and family court lawyer.
Lauren P. Raysor in the Media
Health.com • 3/16/2021
Black Westchester ● 12/11/2020
Mount Vernon Daily Voice ● 11/25/2020
Black Westchester ● 11/23/2020
News 12 Westchester ● 10/17/2020
Black Westchester • 10/12/2020
Black Star News • 10/8/2020
News 12 Westchester • 5/1/2020
Ossining • 10/1/2018
News12 Westchester • 9/28/2018
WCBS Newsradio 880 • 9/28/2018
lohud • 9/28/2018
NY Daily News • 5/29/2017