Civil Rights Advocates at The Spence Law Firm: How We Can Help You
There is no excuse for something that violates another individual or group’s basic civil rights. These are rights that the Constitution grants to all United States citizens, and when they are violated, we are here to help individuals pursue justice for the unjust acts committed against them.
Proving a Civil Rights Violation
One of the most common and appalling forms of civil rights violations comes from government officials, police officers, or other law enforcement officers. While most of these individuals go to work everyday with good intentions, the unjust actions of some cannot be overlooked.?
Our Wyoming civil rights attorneys have helped individuals with cases involving:?
Excessive use of force
Excessive force with a taser
Suffocation/asphyxia from excessive force
False arrest/wrongful imprisonment
Jail and prison injuries
If your civil rights were violated, contact The Spence Law Firm at (844) 447-5497 for help seeking the justice you deserve.?
It can be intimidating when you are pursuing legal action against a government official. However, our attorneys don’t back down easily from a fight. We believe that no one, not even government employees, are above the law.
When pursuing a civil rights violation lawsuit against a government official, such as a police officer, your attorney can help you file a suit under Section 1983 of the U.S. Code. This allows a citizen to file lawsuit government employees or entities for violations of constitutional rights and is frequently used to sue police departments for police misconduct.
Fighting for Justice on Your Behalf
This process can be long and complicated, especially without a civil rights attorney on your side. You don’t have to go through this process alone. Our tireless attorneys follow in the footsteps of Gerry Spence, one of the greatest trial attorneys in modern history who dedicated his life to fighting for justice on behalf of ordinary people. We also make it our mission to defend ordinary people against state and federal government.?
No matter where you are, turn to The Spence Law Firm for help protecting your rights. Contact our firm at (844) 447-5497 to discuss your potential case.