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Civil Rights and Constitutional Violations

When someone violates a right guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution, the victim may be entitled to recover money from whoever infringed their rights. If you were unlawfully detained, unlawfully searched, physically harmed, had any right to speak curbed, or have faced retaliation for asserting your rights to engage in constitutionally-protected activity, you may be able to sue in Federal Court. Though not every Constitutional violation results in a cause of action, it is important to discuss your rights with one of our attorneys if you believe that your right to life, liberty, or property has been unlawfully taken or restricted, or if you believe that you have been mistreated by the police or other government officials. 

Our attorneys at the Law Offices of Martin & Hipple are familiar with civil rights and constitutional rights actions and can work with you to determine how best to protect your rights and get compensation. We will explain your legal rights and the practical implications of holding the responsible party to account.

The Constitution can't protect itself.

If your rights were violated, call us at 603-856-0202 or contact us by clicking below.

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