Civil Rights & Constitutional Law
The United States Constitution defines the rights and protections held by United States Citizens. Your rights cannot be infringed by federal, state, or local governments. These rights include protections against illegal searches and seizures; the right against police brutality; and the right to be free from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin. In America, we also have the freedom of religion and free speech.
If you feel that any of your Constitutional rights have been violated, you can do something about it. United States Code Chapter 42, section 1983 provides a way that you can bring a claim against a government that has violated your rights. In some cases, these suits can provide you with the compensation you deserve.
If you believe that your Constitutional rights have been violated, contact our office today for a consultation.