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Civil Rights

Your Unalienable Civil Rights

Under the constitution, every person is protected against discrimination, harassment, and other violations of rights based on certain characteristics that are protected by law. These include age, sex, race, color, national origin, disability, religion, and marital status.

What does a civil rights lawyer do?

A civil rights lawyer represents people who have been discriminated against and works to achieve the best outcome based on the case, its merits, and the evidence at hand. If you think your civil rights have been violated, it’s a good idea to consult a civil rights lawyer immediately to talk about the circumstances and possible outcomes for your case.

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Committed to Equality

Examples of Civil Rights Cases

Unfortunately, civil rights lawyers are always hard at work because of illegal discriminatory practices. Here are just a few examples of civil rights cases:

  • Discrimination in the Workplace

  • Abuse in Schools, Nursing Homes, and Places of Employment

  • Illegal Search & Seizure

  • ADA Compliance

  • Hiring Discrimination

  • Misconduct by Government Officials

  • Police Brutality

  • Housing Discrimination

Complicated Legal Landscape

Civil rights claims can be difficult to prove and therefore require a great deal of skill and experience to win. The civil rights lawyers at Tamaki Law have the professional expertise and passion for justice needed to navigate these complex cases and secure a victory for you and those who come after you. If you have experienced discrimination, get in touch with our legal team today. 

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