Civil Rights Law
The term “civil rights” refers to the broad spectrum of rights afforded to us under the United States Constitution, which include (but certainly are not limited to):
- Freedom from confiscation of private property without fair compensation
- Freedom from unreasonable search and seizure
- Freedom of assembly
- Freedom of press
- Freedom of speech
- Freedom to exercise religion
- Right to an attorney
- Right to keep and bear arms
At The Simon Law firm, P.C., we represent people whose civil rights have been violated in one way or another. Currently, most of the civil rights cases we handle involve unfair treatment by members of law enforcement. We have served many clients who were unlawfully arrested, harmed through excessive force, or otherwise harmed by the unconstitutional, injurious behavior of police.
What to Do if Your Civil Rights Have Been Violated
The best thing you can do in the aftermath of a civil rights violation is to get a hold of an attorney as soon as possible. Putting together a strong case requires in-depth investigation and prompt preservation of evidence, which could be critical to the success of your claim. When you secure representation from one of our St. Louis civil rights attorneys, we get to work right away and send the necessary letters to prevent destruction of key evidence.
Civil Rights Lawyers in St. Louis
When looking for an attorney to represent you, make sure you hire an attorney who has experience filing and trying civil rights lawsuits. At The Simon Law Firm, P.C., we have handled many civil rights claims in Missouri and we understand what it takes to help you in your pursuit of justice. Set yourself up for success by calling us as soon as possible.
Call (855) 809-7080 today to schedule your free consultationwith a St. Louis civil rights attorney.