Federal Constitutional Law & Civil Rights Attorneys
In today’s educated society, it is becoming increasingly common for ordinary people to recognize when their constitutional rights have been violated. In fact, high school or college students, voters, activists, and many others often argue that they were denied their constitutional freedoms in the following contexts:
- They were not allowed to start or operate a prayer group, Bible study or other religious-oriented organization on campus
- They were not allowed to wear specific jewelry that was held to be offensive to others for religious reasons
- They were not allowed to hand out leaflets or pamphlets in public areas expressing the views of particular political parties, religious groups or supporters of a cause
- They were not allowed to display signs with content that others found objectionable (such as political campaign signs)
- They were improperly denied access to polls or ballots and thus were unable to exercise their voting rights
- They were dismissed from colleges or universities after being called to serve in the armed forces overseas
- They were denied their lawful right to bear arms
- They were subjected to unlawful search and seizure
- They were denied our constitutional freedom of the press
- They were denied due process in the course of an investigation or arrest
- They were denied a listing on ballots because of possible election law violations, such as an allegation that their party essentially purchased signatures on petitions
Your constitutional rights are invaluable and require the most zealous protection. Our lawyers have successfully brought constitutional lawsuits on behalf of clients in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and throughout the U.S.
We can also discuss your potential political or religious discrimination constitutional law case in which you or the group that you were a part of was kicked off a campus, evicted from a public park or removed from a public sidewalk or street while attempting to exercise your freedom of speech.
To discuss your constitutional law matter as it relates to your 1st Amendment, 2nd Amendment or 4th Amendment rights, please call us at (717) 207-7158 (Lancaster area) or (717) 786-0500 (Quarryville area) or fill out our intake form.
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