We as American citizens are endowed with certain inalienable rights under both the U.S. and Florida Constitutions. These rights include: freedom from unreasonable search and seizures, due process, equal treatment under the law, speedy trial, trial by jury, right to privacy, free speech, free exercise of religion, right to counsel, and the right to bear arms, to name but a few.

The government may not infringe on these Constitutional rights, and if they do, federal law provides a remedy through a civil lawsuit. Typically, you may only file a lawsuit if your rights are infringed by a government actor. However, Florida law also provides a remedy for discrimination by private individuals on account of race, sex, religion, gender, age, handicap, national origin, or marital status.

If you believe your Constitutional rights have been infringed upon by the government, you should immediately seek counsel to pursue a remedy on your behalf. Nothing is more important to the continued integrity and prosperity of our democratic nation than the preservation of our civil rights and life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

I am an experienced civil rights attorney dedicated to pursuing a claim on your behalf. I will personally sit down with you and construct a legal strategy to address your grievances, and I devote to each case the attention and time it deserves. I served four years in the U.S. Marine Corps because I believe in the greatness of America and the importance of service, and to protect the liberties we enjoy in this great county.

Call me today to schedule a free consultation: (386) 265-0900.