42 USC  § 1983 allows an individual to bring a lawsuit against a government actor who has violated the individual’s constitutional rights.  1983 civil rights cases often allege excessive force, false arrest, delayed release, or illegal searches but can also involve the violation of other constitutional rights, such as the right to free speech or due process.  1983 civil rights law is extremely complex, involves a variety of exceptions, and is constantly changing.  

If you have questions about a potential civil rights violation, please call 317-695-7700 for a free consultation.

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