United States Constitution

What Are Constitutional Laws?

United States constitutional laws set out the rights and freedoms of the citizens of the United States, and also set the boundaries of our government.

Types Of Cases Handled By Constitutional Law Attorneys:

  • Affirmative action
  • Discrimination
  • Freedom of speech
  • Freedom of press
  • Freedom of religion
  • Search and seizure protections
  • Eminent domain
  • Voting rights
  • Prisoners' rights
  • Freedom of information
  • Grand jury proceedings

If you feel your Constitutional rights have been violated, you should consult with an experienced Constitutional law attorney to assist with your case. Often times, citizens may feel that the new laws adopted by state legislatures or even Congress are unconstitutional.  Constitutional law attorneys are familiar with such disputes because most of the time these disputes stem from one of the articles of the United States constitution and the Bill of Rights. Constitutional law attorneys know how to apply court decisions that interpret the Constitution and its amendments to current day scenarios.

How Can a Constitutional Law Attorney Help?

Some of the ways a Constitutional law attorney may help you include the following:

  • A Constitutional law attorney will help interpret what the constitution says
  • A Constitutional law attorney will defend the rights and freedoms of U.S. citizens
  • A Constitutional law attorney will litigate for your rights
  • A Constitutional law attorney will help protect your fundamental constitutional rights, such as the right to equal protection under the law and the right to keep and bear arms

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