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Civil Rights

It relates to legal actions that involve the protection and enforcement of individuals’ civil rights as guaranteed by the Constitution. These rights are intended to ensure that all individuals are treated fairly and equally under the law, regardless of factors such as race, gender, religion, disability, or other protected characteristics.

These include issues related to voting, police misconduct, discrimination and religious freedom. It is typically aimed at holding individuals, organisations, or government entities accountable for violations of civil rights and seeking remedies such as monetary damages, injunctive relief, or policy changes.

Civil Rights
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