Civil Rights Litigation and Fourth Amendment Protection

Cheyenne, WY Civil Litigation Attorney Defending Constitutional Rights

As a member of the Wyoming State Bar and an officer of the Court, civil and criminal defense attorney Robert T. Moxley, P.C. is first and foremost a staunch defender of the Constitution of the United States. If you believe that your civil rights were violated by law enforcement officers or other agents of local, state, or federal government, you need an attorney in your corner experienced in defending the civil liberties of the individual. Cheyenne, WY attorney Robert T. Moxley will listen to your grievance, apply his long experience in representing persons whose rights have been infringed, and help you seek justice.

Police Assaults and Other Excesses

The most common types of civil rights violations often come at the hands of those who are sworn to protect us. Law enforcement is not an exact science, and police officers — sometimes intentionally, often accidentally — make errors in the performance of their duties. As a citizen of the United States and the State of Wyoming, you are entitled to the highest level of professionalism, integrity, and competence from the law enforcement community. To this end, civil rights lawyer Robert T. Moxley seeks civil remedies for individuals who have been:

  • Improperly detained by police
  • Assaulted or battered by law enforcement officers
  • Falsely arrested
  • Maliciously prosecuted
  • Harassed
  • Illegal searched and/or seized
  • Profiled based upon race, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, or other constitutionally protected status.
  • Denied accommodation in schooling or employment by virtue of sincerely held religious beliefs.

If your rights have been violated, contact attorney Moxley at his Laramie County law office.

Fourth Amendment Violation Protection

The Fourth Amendment of the Bill of Rights provides significant protections to individuals’ persons, houses, vehicles, electronic information, and private life. In order to conduct a search of you or your property, police officers in Wyoming must either obtain a search warrant or establish that a warrant exception exists. Police officers will sometimes try to take shortcuts around the Fourth Amendment. The courts, however, will enforce fourth amendment rights, and require that officials must adhere to the letter of the law when searching and seizing property or persons. As a criminal defense lawyer, Robert Moxley has obtained acquittals based upon Fourth Amendment violations. As a civil defense litigator, attorney Moxley has enforced his clients’ constitutional rights through judicial process.

First Amendment Rights Protection

Especially in the area of “mandatory” vaccination, Robert Moxley has had extensive experience in protecting the statutory right to religious exemptions. In concert with local counsel as may become necessary, Robert Moxley is experienced in seeking declaratory and injunctive relief in fedeeral courts, and has enjoyed success in preventing the threatened vaccination, or the punishment, of persons who decline and are conscientiously opposed to vaccination for reliegious reasons.

Laramie County Civil Rights Litigator

If you believe that you or a group to which you belong have had your rights compromised, contact one of southeastern Wyoming’s premier civil rights attorney to discuss your case. The law office of Robert T. Moxley, P.C. represents clients in Cheyenne, Laramie, Goshen County, Platte County, Albany, Carbon, Converse, Niobrara, and Natrona Counties, and throughout southern Wyoming. To schedule a free initial consultation, contact our office at (307) 632-1112.