What could go WRONG:
The RIGHT CHOICE:
Every individual has a right not to be retaliated against for speaking out on matters of public concern as a U.S. citizen. Efforts to silent speech should be exposed and stopped.
Constitutional torts, such as violations of one’s First Amendment Free Speech rights, freedom to associate with others, or freedom to exercise one’s religious beliefs are just a few civil rights that are guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution. Each state within the United States also has constitutional protections that grant rights to their citizens. Public employees – whether working for the federal, state or local governments – are also entitled to due process protections prior to being subjected to adverse employment actions, such as the loss of their job. The Fifth Amendment or Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution grants such protections, depending on the employer.
Determining what constitutes “just compensation” under the Fifth Amendments Takings Clause is typically driven by a battle between experts. Working with these experts is key to properly assessing the value of property taken and whether the taking was proper in the first place.
At the same time, the laws covering civil rights are evolving and require experienced legal training to navigate through the court system to seek redress for constitutional injuries. For these reasons, the Right Choice begins with understanding your rights … and then entails assessing the specific facts of your situation, what civil rights may have been violated, and what evidence and tools can be brought to bear to make you whole and have your rights restored.