These cases are often difficult to pursue. As your lawyer, I will be completely forthcoming and honest with you from the start about the process ahead and the odds we face in achieving our goals.
Whether you are a public employee seeking help in a Section 1983 due process claim or an ordinary citizen subjected to unconstitutional governmental actions, I can be a forceful and effective advocate on your behalf.
Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Civil Rights Attorney
Kimberly H. Ashbach, Esq.
Civil rights laws are in place to protect U.S. citizens and public employees from being subjected to all kinds of wrongs in all kinds of situations. These rights are grounded in protections offered by the constitution and its amendments. And because of the fundamental importance of these rights, it is vitally important to everyone that when anyone’s civil rights are violated, the violation does not go unchallenged.
In my practice as a Pennsylvania civil rights lawyer, I help individuals in civil rights cases that range from representing public employees, like police, fire personnel and public university employees in denial of due process claims, in civil service hearings and in federal court. I also protect the rights of private citizens subjected to police brutality.
My civil rights litigation practice includes matters such as:
- Denial of due process
- Wrongful arrest and detainment
- Police brutality
Need help with civil rights law?
To learn more about my civil rights practice and how I can help you in your situation, contact me directly at my Ambler, Pennsylvania, law offices today.