The Sanders Firm, P.C.: Legal Context
At The Sanders Firm, P.C. we believe that understanding the legal context of your civil rights and privileges as a New York State resident and U.S. citizen is the first step towards determining if you do have a viable legal complaint. Over time, we have found that an educated client is best suited to make sound decisions regarding their complaint. In this section we offer six pages dedicated to six different aspects of the law.
Six Important Areas
At The Sanders Firm, P.C. we have found that there are six primary areas in the realm of civil rights that demand legal context within these pages. Understanding these areas and some of their context is important. We have discovered that there are times when people don’t realize they have legal justification for a complaint and other times they feel they do when they actually do not. These pages can help readers better understand the reasons for various laws and the manner in which they protect us.
Areas we will give legal context to are:
- The FirstAmendment
- The Fourth Amendment
- Equal Protection
- Substantive Due Process
We’ll take a detailed look at each first in terms of their legal context and then we’ll investigate them further as to how they pertain to your specific civil rights.
How to Utilize this Section
There are a few good reasons to read our legal context pages. The first is to understand your rights and the foundation on which they are based. All of us should have a solid knowledge concerning our civil rights. That information will serve every citizen of the U.S. and resident of New York State.
Also, these pages can aid you in beginning to determine if your rights have in some way been violated. Having a sound understanding regarding the basics of your rights is important in you understanding if and when you have a complaint.
It is important to remember that the information in these pages, although important, is basic. You’ll be able to begin to understand the nature of your possible complaint, but an attorney focusing in the area of civil rights, civil service law, criminal law and discrimination will be able to help you assess your situation in depth. It’s difficult to determine accurately the viability of your case on your own.
One of Many Resources
In New York City, the premiere law firm to contact regarding civil rights issues and similar complaints is The Sanders Firm, P.C. We are your resource, consultant, and advocate regarding issues related to civil rights law. Founder and president of The Sanders Firm, P.C., Eric Sanders, is passionate about your individual rights. If you feel that your civil rights have been compromised, contact The Sanders Firm, P.C. We will protect your rights and be your voice for justice.