Civil Rights Issues in Amarillo, Texas
Attorney D. Chris Hesse Aggressively Defending His Clients and Upholding Justice
A central part of the American dream and what our country stands for is to be free from unfair discrimination and be able to act out our liberties as they were granted in the Constitution and Bill of Rights. Civil rights laws were established to ensure that everyone is treated equally, regardless of legally-protected aspects of their character, and to allow everyone their given freedoms. They also serve to defend individuals from unjust actions of the government or a government agent.
When these civil rights are ignored or otherwise violated, the basic beliefs and principles of our country are as well. If you believe your liberties have been violated in one way or another, you need to take action right away.
Put Experience, Dedication, and Intensity in Your Corner
As a former Marine, Attorney D. Chris Hesse fully understands how important it is to defend the American way, wherever and whenever it is challenged. After serving his tour of duty in Iraq to support Operation Iraqi Freedom and receiving an honorable discharge, he decided he wanted to continue the fight for freedom and justice by becoming an attorney. When you work with him in your civil rights case, you will also benefit from his various accomplishments that set him apart from other lawyers, such as:
- “Excellent” Avvo rating
- Track record of success
- Numerous 5-star testimonials
- Personally handles each case
Uphold Your Constitutional and Civil Rights
Much of civil rights litigation involves the liberties outlined in both the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, especially the First Amendment. The freedoms that we enjoy on a daily basis are often taken for granted and it can be quite a shock when they are violated. However, as our civil rights are somewhat varied, there are actually numerous ways someone could ignore them.
Civil rights issues our firm can help you overcome include:
- Hate crimes
- Police brutality
- Religious interference
- Workplace discrimination
- Freedom of speech violations
- Whistleblower or retaliation claims
- Vote suppression
- Invasion of privacy
When civil rights have been violated, either by a private entity or the government itself, you need to seek legal recourse right away. Not only will you be benefitting yourself by pursuing potential financial compensation for your mistreatment, but you will also be helping keep violators in check. In the end, defending the Constitution and the liberties it bestows is every citizen’s responsibility, and by speaking your voice, you are helping that noble cause.
Call 806.686.2142 to Contact an Amarillo Civil Rights Attorney
You can take solace in knowing you are not alone, though. When you work with Attorney D. Chris Hesse, you will have a powerhouse in your corner that is ready and willing to do all the heavy lifting and fighting in your name. Do not wait another day wondering what to do. Contact our firm today.