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Civil rights claims arise when a government entity such as a public school, city, county, state or a governmental employee, such as police officer, acting under color of state or federal law, violates an individual’s right that is recognized as being a protected (civil) right under the constitution.
Under federal law, a government entity and/or a governmental employee may be held liable for money damages for violating your civil rights.
I have experience handling these cases. Like other cases, the merits of these civil rights cases depend heavily upon the facts and circumstances of each case.
If you believe you have had your civil rights violated by a governmental entity or a governmental employee acting under color of state law, you may have a monetary claim for violation of your civil rights.