Man Sentenced For Violating The Civil Rights Of Members Of Islamic Center Of America

  Michael Bratisax, a 46-year-old resident of Pleasantville, New York, was sentenced today for violating the civil rights of members from the Islamic Center of America in Detroit, Michigan, United States Attorney Stephen J. Murphy announced today. Bratisax was sentenced in United States District Court by Chief Judge Bernard A. Friedman to three years of […]

Find Out About Civilrights Laws

If you are curious about finding out if your rights have been violated, you may want contact a lawyer that specializes in civilrightslaws. It is your right to resolve any issue with legal action if you feel your rights have been violated when it comes to employment, housing, education or lending practices. A lot of […]

Human Rights and Opportunities Commission Appoints New Director

  Hartford – R. Hamisi Ingram of Maryland has been chosen to lead the Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities (CHRO). The Commission voted at a special meeting on July 27, 2004 to appoint Ingram to a four-year term as executive director of the state’s civil rights law enforcement agency. Ingram has 30 years of […]

Accused of Assault

  If you have been accused of assault, battery and/or domestic violence, you may be unsure about the potential consequences and what you can do to protect your rights. We can help. At Clark & Allen, PC, serving Loudoun and Fairfax counties and the surrounding Northern Virginia region, we have the legal knowledge and dedication […]

Contested-Divorce

  When parties decide to divorce it is a very difficult and painful decision. People are often confused and overwhelmed by all the decisions to be made from dividing household furniture to retirement plans to a custody and visitation schedule. To some people, no division of assets seems fair, especially when there has been betrayal […]

Marital Status

  A legal separation is almost identical to a dissolution with three exceptions: Marital Status does NOT changeNo Residency RequirementBoth parties must consent to a judgment of legal separation Marital Status A judgment for legal separation cannot alter a person’s marital status. For all intents and purposes the parties are still married, however, they have […]