Harrisburg Constitutional Law Attorneys
We Protect The Rights Guaranteed By Our Forefathers
The Constitution may be an old document, but it is still as relevant and necessary as ever as a protector of rights and freedoms in modern situations. At Scaringi Law, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, our constitutional law attorneys provide committed representation to clients who are facing potential constitutional violations. If you believe your rights may have been violated, don't keep it to yourself. Write to us online to tell us what happened, or call us at (717) 775-7195 to get a professional opinion about your situation.
What Are Constitutional Violations?
The nature of constitutional violations vary according to which amendment is involved.
- First Amendment violations include any act that may have compromised your freedom of speech and expression, whether such an act occurred in public, or at work or school. This can include the freedom of religion or religious expression at work or school.
- Second Amendment violations protect your right to bear arms, but that doesn't mean anyone can have a gun at any time under any circumstance. For example, in Pennsylvania, you need a license to carry a concealed weapon, but you don't need a license to have a gun in your home. Issues involving registration, possession by a minor, illegal sale and other issues can end in Second Amendment violations.
- Fourth Amendment violations involve your right to privacy. Federal and state law protects you from unlawful searches and seizures, including unlawful interception of your wire or oral communications.
The larger government becomes, the more oppressive and arbitrary it can be. Our civil rights attorneys stand up for your right to due process and protection from false arrest and imprisonment or wrongful conviction. We defend your right to equal protection under the law, including situations that call into question the constitutionality of affirmative action policies. We also represent clients who have experienced police brutality and use of excessive force.
Don't Let Constitutional Violations Stand. Call Us Today.
The Constitution guarantees certain rights; unfortunately, it doesn't guarantee that other people will always respect those rights. That's where our firm comes in. Contact us online to schedule a free consultation with one of our Harrisburg constitutional lawyers or call us at (717) 775-7195.