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Strong Legal Representation For Civil Rights Cases

Individuals and businesses face abuse by the government, and violations of their civil rights, on a regular basis. This is despite the U.S. Constitution and laws that protect individuals from abusive or arbitrary government actions. If your or a loved one's civil rights have been violated, it can lead to civil liability against the government officials as well as the agency that employs them. In these situations, an experienced civil rights lawyer can intervene immediately to protect your rights and guide you through the legal process.

The Law Offices of Melo and Sarsfield, LLP, in Visalia, California, has extensive experience with civil rights cases involving individuals and businesses. Our attorneys are passionate about civil rights and use their decades of legal knowledge and experience to advocate on behalf of our clients.

Protecting Your Legal Rights At Every Step

Our talented legal team is able to immediately jump in to offer damage control and advocacy for cases pertaining to:

  • Voting rights
  • Discriminatory voting practices
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of religion
  • Freedom of association
  • Violations of Second Amendment rights
  • Illegal search and seizures
  • Unlawful use of force by law enforcement
  • Denial of permits to businesses for unlawful reasons

We understand how government agencies protect themselves against civil rights claims and know how to fight to have your case heard, going to trial if necessary to get a favorable resolution.

Don't Wait To Obtain The Legal Help You Need

Contact us by calling 877-505-2024 or sending us a message online and tell us about your case. Initial consultations are free, and we are able to meet after-hours and off-site upon request.

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