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Breaking Down the Charge of False Imprisonment in DC

False imprisonment is defined as the illegal confinement of an individual in the absence of consent. In this article, we will scrutinize Washington’s laws and regulations regarding false imprisonment and what a civil rights attorney needs to prove the charge. Breaking Down the Charge of False Imprisonment  The crime of false imprisonment is also referred …

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What the Department of Justice is Doing to Address Police Misconduct Laws

Police brutality has been wreaking havoc in different parts of the country, causing fear in the streets and leading people’s trust away from authorities. It’s a devastating situation that has been the root of heated debates, but it’s a sensitive conversation that people need to hold—and that includes the Department of Justice (DOJ) in the …

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What to Know About Court Proceedings in Car Accident Cases

Car accidents are always stressful, no matter how minor or severe they might be. Cars are expensive investments, and damage to them can give the parties involved financial burdens. Injuries and worse can also make such situations a lot more complicated, which might be brought to court for the sake of claiming damages.  That being …

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Filing a Personal Injury Claim in Washington, DC – What to Know

If you or a loved one has recently gotten into a personal injury accident, the recovery process is the most challenging. The physical, emotional, and mental effects of the injury are difficult enough along with ongoing medical treatment costs. This is why most people who suffer from a personal injury accident usually get into financial …

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Know Your Rights: Fair Housing Practices in Washington D.C.

Civil rights attorneys will tell you that in the United States, it is illegal to deny a person housing based on ethnicity, nationality, religion, gender, familial status, or disability. These characteristics, called “protected classes,” are categories by which people legally qualify for protection from discrimination. In the District of Columbia, people are also protected from …

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