Q: I need a civil rights lawyer in Indiana to help with violation of civil rights and human rights being violated
Husband has many of his rights being violated including;
#2- freedom from discrimination
#3- right to life and safety
#5- freedom from torture and inhumane treatment-- not even anything but one little blanket during the Sub-Zero degrees no heat and there was snow on his bed. Forced to live in moldy areas.
#7- right to equality before law-- was given no such thing and was told he does not even just get a trial in his case and did not get a trial.
The list goes on but I will just give you the numbers of the ones that he had violated
#8 access to Justice
#9 freedom from arbitrary detention
#10 the right to a fair trial
#11 presumption of innocence
#12 right to privacy when the police searched his place with no warrant and had the victim present
#17 right to own property the police took his property as someone else's even though he had receipts
#25 right to adequate standard of living
Many many more not included
There doesn't appear to be question posed, but the issues you are raising are issues that need to be discussed with an attorney actually handling the case.
If you husband has an attorney (retained or appointed) these are issues that need to be discussed with that attorney.
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