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Steps that you should take if your civil rights were violated

In Illinois, laws exist to protect individuals' civil rights in the workplace, in acquiring housing and during police stops. They protect individuals from being discriminated against for belonging to protected classes such as a certain religious, racial or age groups or because they're perceived to be of a certain gender or sexual orientation. Legal remedies are available for you to pursue if your civil rights have been violated.

What does police misconduct mean?

There are specific rights that everyone in this country has. These are set forth by the United States Constitution. No one has the right to infringe upon these rights for any reason. Even police officers investigating crimes or arresting an individual who is accused of committing a crime have to comply with laws in Illinois and the Constitution. When they don't, people who have their rights violated may be able to take legal action.

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