Your civil rights have been violated in a school setting if in some way your basic freedoms have been compromised. SDP is concerned primarily with liberty and equal protection of such. Violations can occur in numerous ways, and may include rules that compromise freedom of speech, regulations related to religion, and decisions to penalize someone that are based on a person exercising their basic rights. As with any type of business, school settings require rules to maintain order and ensure that the proper environment exists for an education, those rules cannot deprive anyone of their fundamental liberties as outlined in the Constitution and upheld by U.S. history and traditions.
If you feel that your rights in relationship to basic freedoms and SDP have been infringed upon and you have no recourse, it is essential that you find someone who can help you deal with your situation, offering you advice and devising a clear path towards righting the wrong and attaining justice. Issues related to substantive due process are complex and often involve various areas of the law, important prior legal cases, and a complete knowledge of legal procedure.