The United States Constitution guarantees certain civil rights to all Americans, and it can dramatically affect a person’s life if government officials violate those rights. Many times, courts or agencies will find that there was no basis for a government employee to take the action that violated your rights. There are remedies for this kind of abuse of power. If your civil rights have been violated by a government employee, then you may be able to file a civil rights lawsuit.
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Our attorneys have represented clients in civil rights actions against employees of the Indiana Department of Revenue, the Indiana Attorney General’s Office, and the Indiana Department of Child Services. We aggressively pursue these cases because we believe in fighting against abuses of power.
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