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Super Lawyers Civil Rights Articles

What Rights Do You Have During a Traffic Stop in California?

Talking through probable cause and unwarranted searches with a San Diego civil rights attorney

Protesting is a Right, But What's Legal and What's Not?

Civil rights attorneys’ legal advice on this foundational American exercise

Business Closings, Gatherings and Stay-at-Home Orders

New York civil rights lawyers weigh in

Was I a Victim of Police Brutality or Misconduct?

When Pennsylvania police are observing due process, and when they violate civil rights

What Constitutes Excessive Force by Oregon Police?

How it's defined, and how to protect your civil rights

Can I Get Evicted in Idaho During COVID-19?

Due to the pandemic, the state has issued a temporary moratorium on evictions

How to Sue If You're Assaulted by Police or Prison Guards

Your civil rights when it comes to police brutality in Massachusetts

Can I Sue for Abuse in Prison or Jail?

What warrants legal action, what to prove, and how to pursue it in Illinois

How do I know if my vote is being obstructed in Ohio?

Protect your rights by understanding common ways your vote can be denied

What is Considered Excessive Force by an Officer?

How Virginia defines police misconduct, and how to seek justice

Masterpiece Theater

Parsing the recent Supreme Court decision on gay rights and religious freedom 

What Constitutes Police Misconduct?

When can you file suit against law enforcement in North Carolina

How to Exercise Your Right to Vote in Iowa

Even with accommodating voting laws, Iowans should understand their rights

An Election Law Primer for Coloradoans

Voters can protect their civil right by understanding the law

What You Need to Vote in Florida Elections

Early registration, identification and provisional ballots in Florida

What are the Rules for Student Protests and Walkouts?

How New York youths can exercise their First Amendment rights

The Ways You Can Break the Law by Protesting

The First Amendment isn’t all-encompassing when assembling in Georgia

What Does ?Plead the Fifth? Mean?

A constitutional primer if you’re in the position to submit to questioning

Getting an Unflattering Internet Post Taken Down

Working with sites and posters to remove defamatory information online

The Process to Report Police Misconduct

The paths to take, or perhaps reconsider, in Minnesota

Why Police Misconduct Cases Often Don’t Make it to Trial

The process to seek justice in Minnesota courts

Infringing on the Public's Right to Know

Washington juggles open meeting laws and privacy concerns

Freedom of the Press for Students in Washington

New Voices laws give protections against media censorship

Can Students Walk Out Without Punishment?

What is and isn’t protected speech in Texas public schools

Felons in Florida Can't Vote

But that may be changing

Challenging the Baltimore Curfew

The city has the strictest curfew laws in the country. Here’s what you should know

What Speech Isn't Protected?

Fighting words, inciting violence and hate speech

Does Law Enforcement Need a Warrant to Search Your Cellphone?

Warrant requirements and civil rights violations with mobile devices

There's Something Happening Here

How to avoid running afoul of the law while protesting in NYC

Navigating D.C. Gun Laws

The district issues its first gun permits, but the process is under fire

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