Beasley Allen helps MPD recoup faulty equipment losses

Beasley Allen was tapped to represent the City of Montgomery and its Police Department in an effort to recover money spent for new law enforcement video equipment that failed to function properly. The equipment, which included surveillance cameras mounted in police   patrol cars and related support software, was purchased from North Carolina-based Integrian. Founding Shareholder Jere Beasley emphasized the importance of reliable equipment for law enforcement to be effective.


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