Baltimore Civil Rights Violation Lawyers
Brown & Barron, LLC Seeks Justice for Our Clients
The United States Constitution and various federal and state laws protect the civil rights of citizens, including rights to freedom of speech, assembly, voting rights, privacy, equal access, and equal and fair treatment by law enforcement and courts. Have your civil rights been violated? The Baltimore civil rights violation attorneys at Brown & Barron, LLC have more than 50 years of combined experience representing clients in Baltimore and the surrounding communities throughout Maryland.
Civil Rights Violations
An individual’s civil rights can be violated by law enforcement, an employer, school, or another individual, such as when the person is the victim of a hate crime. The law prohibits discrimination based on race, age, religion, national origin, physical limitation, sex, and sexual orientation. When an individual suffers harm resulting from discrimination or a violation of their civil rights, they have recourse under the law.
Examples of civil rights violations include:
- Police misconduct
- Hate crimes
- Denial of equal access
Dedicated Legal Representation
Civil rights law is complex and the laws and statutes governing this area are constantly evolving. For this reason you need an experienced Baltimore civil rights attorney if you believe your civil rights have been violated. Brown & Barron, LLC advises individuals, business, and organizations on issues related to civil rights law and defend clients when their rights have been violated.
If you have been the victim of discrimination or had your civil rights violated, we encourage you to contact our law firm. A Baltimore civil rights attorney from our firm can evaluate your case and advise you about the best course of action for your specific situation. Our dedicated lawyers fight for our clients in local, state courts, and appellate courts.
If you feel like you have experienced a violation of your civil rights, call (410) 698-1717 to discuss your situation and determine whether you have a case. We offer free initial consultations.