Other Practice Areas - Constitutional Law

Constitutional Rights Attorneys

The Constitution of the United States reflects our values – the power of government is limited and the protection of individual freedom and liberty is deeply rooted in our heritage. When even one person is denied the rights he or she is afforded by the Constitution or by federal or state laws, we all suffer.

At Swenson Law Group, we are committed to protecting the rights of individuals who have been harmed by the misconduct of the government and its agents and institutions. We are a premier civil rights firm with considerable experience in state and federal courts. Our areas of concentration include:

  • Police Misconduct
  • Government misconduct
  • First Amendment cases
  • Student rights
  • Criminal Defense
  • Civil litigation

Police Misconduct

If you’ve been a victim of police misconduct, we know how frustrating and confusing the situation can be. Swenson Law Group know what legal options are available to you, and what steps you need to take in order to get justice.

In general, police misconduct occurs when an officer violates the law or the rights of a citizen. This can include false arrest, excessive force, or racial profiling. If you believe that you’ve been a victim of police misconduct, there are a few things we can help you do. First, it is important to contact us. Letting a lawyer know about police misconduct is the first step to ensuring you are protected. Next, file a complaint with an agency like the police department where the incident occurred. Then we will help you gather evidence. It is important to inform us immediately when you have become the victim of police misconduct so we can get video footage before it disappears. Other helpful pieces of evidence will include eyewitness testimonies or any documented information on paper or phones.

Police officers swear to protect civilians against injustice. Sadly, the officers are commonly the ones violating the laws. If you have become a victim of a police officer becoming excessively violent, harassing, or wounding an unarmed individual, contact us to ensure your rights are protected.


Government Misconduct

Government misconduct occurs when government officials violate the law or engage in unethical behavior. Misconduct can include corruption, bribery, nepotism, cronyism, fraud, and other types of illegal or unethical conduct. Government misconduct can have severe consequences for those affected by it and society as a whole. Corruption can erode trust in government and make it more difficult for the government to function effectively. It can also lead to unequal treatment under the law and wasted taxpayer dollars. Government misconduct is not limited to any country or region; it is a global problem that requires everyone’s attention.

There are several civil rights laws in place that protect people from government misconduct. These laws provide remedies for those harmed by government action or inaction.

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