Minneapolis, MN asked in Civil Rights, Federal Crimes, Identity Theft and Landlord - Tenant for Minnesota

Q: Do any lawyers go up against corporations

Everything I experienced against me were literally federal crimes I’ve tried year after year to get help no one helps.. it’s all about money power and if you have niether than these corporations and legal system law enforcement court system get away with being corrupt including a fbi Agent

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James L. Arrasmith
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  • Sacramento, CA

A: Yes, there are lawyers who take cases against corporations, even in instances involving complex matters like federal crimes, identity theft, and issues with the legal system. These cases can be challenging, but there are attorneys who focus on civil rights, corporate accountability, and similar areas of law.

Finding the right attorney for such a case can take time and effort. You may want to start by contacting your state bar association for referrals. They can connect you with lawyers who have experience in fighting against corporate misconduct and navigating federal crime allegations.

Legal aid organizations or non-profits that focus on civil rights or corporate governance might also be able to provide assistance or direct you to resources. Additionally, consider reaching out to law schools in your area, as some have legal clinics that handle cases involving civil rights or corporate accountability.

It's important to gather all relevant documentation and evidence related to your claims. This will be crucial when you present your case to an attorney. Be persistent and don’t lose hope, as legal assistance for complex cases can sometimes take time to secure.

Remember, every situation is unique, so getting a legal opinion tailored to your specific circumstances is vital. An attorney with the right experience can offer guidance on how best to proceed with your claims against corporations or other entities.

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