New Hampshire Civil Rights Lawyer
NH Civil Rights – Civil Rights are enforceable rights or privileges, which protect individuals’ freedom from infringement by the government, businesses, private individuals and social organizations. They ensure one’s ability to participate in civil and political life without discrimination or repression. Our New Hampshire lawyers will aggressively represent you.
NH Civil Rights Attorneys
Douglas, Leonard & Garvey civil rights lawyers represent victims in many areas of civil rights, including:
• freedom of speech, press, and assembly;
• the right to vote;
• freedom from involuntary servitude;
• the right to equality in public places;
• freedom from employment discrimination,
• freedom from a deprivation of rights by a government official such as a police officer
• freedom from class discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religion, age, or physical disability
New Hampshire Civil Rights Lawyers
Once our lawyers are involved, we investigate the facts of your claim and put together the best legal strategy. This may include interviewing witnesses, consulting police and medical experts or preserving helpful evidence. Under 42 U.S.C. 1983, you have the right to be free from:
• Police Brutality-Including Unjustified Shooting
• Excessive Force
• False Arrests
• Unreasonable Searches
• Unreasonable Seizures
• Officials Withholding Exculpatory Evidence
• Denial of Adequate Medical Care while in Custody
• Inhumane Jail or Prison Conditions
If you have been the victim of a civil rights violation, whether at the hands of an officer or a private actor, our NH civil rights lawyer will stand up for you and protect your rights. These cases often put you head-to-head with high-ranking government officials or businesses that have huge resources and will aggressively fight against you.
The lawyers at Douglas, Leonard & Garvey will give you the support and legal representation that you need to build a strong case. Call us at 1-800-240-1988 for a free consultation or fill out our evaluation form below.