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Civil Rights Paralegal

Civil Rights Paralegal and Civil Rights Legal Document Preparation

A Civil Rights Paralegal assists an attorney to prepare legal cases. Some common duties of Civil Rights paralegals include preparing legal documents, conducting witness interviews, investigating facts, performing legal research, drafting pleads and legal briefs, and other tasks to assist the attorney in preparing their casework.

The United States Constitution guarantees every American citizen certain civil rights of personal liberty. Examples of civil rights are freedom of speech, press, and assembly; the right to vote; freedom from involuntary servitude; and the right to equality in public places. If you are a victim of discrimination due to your race, sex, age, religion, ethnicity, physical/mental disability or sexual orientation, you should contact a civil rights professional. If your case involves substantial property, high monetary amount, legal rights, or criminal activity, you should consult Civil Rights attorney to discuss the legal consequences.

In Civil Rights matters, Paralegals and LDA's, known as Legal Document Assistants, cannot give legal advice, represent a client in court, or select, explain, draft, or recommend the use of any legal document to or for any person other than the attorney who directs and supervises the paralegal.

However, in several States, Legal Document Assistants (LDA) can prepare legal documents for people doing their own legal tasks. Please consult with the local paralegal to learn what Civil Rights paralegal services they are authorized to provide in your legal jurisdiction.

A Civil Rights Paralegal working under supervision and direction of an attorney may gather facts, draft legal documents, and compile technical information for the supervising attorney in Civil Rights issues involving:

Civil Rights laws and regulations are administered on local, federal and international levels. Civil Rights laws and regulations monitor the duties, rights, and liabilities of commercial businesses and private individuals. Legal Document Assistant in Civil Rights might be able to provide assistance on Civil Rights issues such as:

Violation of Civil Rights and Liberties
Freedom of Speech
Employment, Housing, Lending, and Educational Issues
Unreasonable Searches and Seizures
Rights to Bear Arms
Right for Privacy
Public Access
Denial-of-Services
Migrant Worker Exploitation
Law Enforcement Misconduct
Human Trafficking
Prostitution
Medical Marijuana
Cruel and Unusual Punishments
Procedural Due Process
Constitutional Law
International Law
Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
Fair Housing Act
Voting Rights Act

Find Civil Rights Paralegal and Civil Rights Legal Document Preparation in the Paralegal Directory.

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