Constitutional Issues and Civil Rights
Dallas Constitutional Issues and Civil Rights Attorney
We are the constitutional issues and civil rights lawyers who will fight for your rights.
Certain matters of law involve very complex issues relating to a person’s fundamental civil rights or rights guaranteed under the United States Constitution. People who believe their rights have been violated could be entitled to file legal actions in court to seek redress. And, as a Civil Rights Attorney in Dallas we can help you in such matters.
Violations of constitutional or civil rights can be very frightening for some people to pursue because the alleged offenders in some cases may be governmental entities. In such cases, accountability can become even more important for the welfare of the broader general public.
Do you think that your constitutional or civil rights were recently violated in Dallas or a surrounding area of Texas? You should not be afraid to contact a civil rights attorney in Dallas to discuss the specifics of your case and get help understanding what options you might have.
Winocour Law can make sure that bad actors are held accountable and you can get some measure of justice. Call (214) 575-6060 or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with our constitutional issues lawyers in Dallas.
Do I Need A Constitutional Issues and Civil Rights Attorney?
When you think that your civil or constitutional rights have been violated, you will quickly find that it can be very complicated trying to handle your own case. You will usually be required to file a claim with another entity before you can file a lawsuit.
Specific deadlines can also apply in many of these cases. It can quickly become very confusing for the average person to try and satisfy all of these various demands.
Your attorney will take the stress of your claim off of your shoulders when you hire them. One of the first things a lawyer can do is conduct an independent investigation of your incident to obtain all of the relevant evidence and identify all liable parties.
Some cases can take much longer to resolve than others. A civil rights attorney will also be able to provide you with a more accurate timetable of a possible resolution to your case.
Why Choose Winocour Law To Handle My Case?
Winocour Law is not afraid to step in and let government entities know when they have misinterpreted or violated the law. Our firm will aggressively stand up to fight to protect your rights.
Jonathan Winocour is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, and American Association for Justice who has been included in the Top 100 of the National Trial Lawyers Association. He is a published contributor to Texas Lawyer magazine who secured a $5 million settlement approved by the court in Oliver, et al. v. Aegis Communications Group, Inc. and won a $1 million verdict in Meletio, et al. v. Myre, et al.
Mike Miller is Board Certified by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization in Personal Injury Trial Law and is a member of the Texas Trial Lawyers Association, State Bar of Texas, and American Board of Trial Advocates. He earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Texas School of Law after obtaining both a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science from Southern Methodist University.
We pride ourselves on maintaining very close working relationships with all of our clients so you will always feel as though you have been fully informed about your case and are always up to date on where everything stands. Winocour Law has experience litigating claims based on statutes in which the constitutionality has been challenged.
Types of Constitutional Issues and Civil Rights Cases We Handle
Winocour Law has experience with claims arising under the United States Bill of Rights such as:
- Unlawful Search and Seizure — The Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution plainly states that the “right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” Evidence seized through an illegal search or seizure may be suppressed and inadmissible in court.
We also handle other civil cases involving such issues as:
If you believe that another right of yours other than something listed here has been violated, you can still contact our firm to discuss the specific laws involved in your case and get help understanding what rights you have.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Constitutional Issues and Civil Rights
What is probable cause?
When can a police officer legally search my motor vehicle?
What is a qui tam action?
Contact Our Dallas Constitutional Issues and Civil Rights Attorney Today
If you believe that your constitutional or civil rights were violated in the greater area, you could have the right to seek a certain measure of justice. You will want to quickly retain legal counsel so you can fully understand what all of your options might be.
Winocour Law will aggressively fight to protect your rights. Our lawyers can provide an honest and thorough evaluation of your case when you call (214) 575-6060 or contact us online to receive a free consultation.