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Dec 21, 2017

Dec 21, 2017

Flag, Declaration of Independence, and gavel  American citizens are all recipients of specific freedoms and rights, which
are protected under the Constitution. Unfortunately, however, these rights
and freedoms are not always respected. These rights include your right
to petition the government, to procedural due process, freedom from discrimination
regarding your sex, race, and national origin, and freedom of speech,
religion, and assembly. If you feel your civil rights have been violated,
you have every right to pursue the justice you are entitled to.

Examples of a violation of one’s civil rights include, but are not
limited to the following:

As a victim of any of the above, it is essential you collect any and all
possible evidence. This may include proof of any conversation, photographs
or video, documentation, and more. Your next step should be to contact
a Southfield civil rights attorney to further assess your case. Some instances
of discrimination, unfortunately, are not always available to be legally
pursued. There is a difference between lawful and unlawful discrimination,
and it is up to your legal team to determine which category your particular
situation falls under.

At Fieger Law, we have a proven track record of success when it comes to
advocating on behalf of those who have been disenfranchised in regard
to their civil rights. If you or a loved one has suffered an injustice,
our legal team wants to help. Our Southfield civil rights are tireless
on your behalf, because we truly feel nothing is quite as important as
fighting for the rights you deserve.

Are you interested in scheduling an initial consultation with a member
of our firm? Contact us by calling (800) 294-6637.