Civil Rights

A violation of an individual’s Civil Rights is defined as an enforceable right or privilege, which if interfered with by another gives rise to the possibility for an action for injury.

Examples of enforceable Civil Rights are violations of your rights to freedom of speech, press, peacefully assemble, to vote, and equal rights in public places. Dalton & Associates has always stood as advocates for those who have had their Civil Rights violated.

A type of violation of Civil Rights that Dalton & Associates litigates includes incidents of discrimination. Civil Rights violations arising from discrimination occurs when an individual is denied or interfered with because of their membership in a particular group or class. These instances include discrimination of an individual on the basis of race, gender, religion, national origin, and/or sexual preference. We have a history of litigating difficult matters that require a specialized trial team to achieve success in the courtroom.


Our office offers a free consultation on any potential legal matter pertaining to our areas of practice (please see our “Practice” page). Simply fill out the below form and give us a general understanding of what has happened. Be sure to correctly enter your phone number and email address, as one of our staff will be contacting you in regards to this matter within the next business day or two to establish a point of contact and clarify the facts of the potential case. If you have any general questions about our firm, please feel free to submit them here.