San Antonio, Texas Civil Rights Lawyers
Fighting for truth, justice and the American way
Together we fight!
Together we demand our equal rights!
Equality of opportunity does not necessarily result in equality of outcome. The way that justice is administered can make all the difference between the principles of equality and the realities of how they are — or are not — enforced. Truth and justice are supposed to be the American way, but far too many cases slip through the cracks, barred from enforcement when the incident isn’t reported on time or a legally sufficient level of proof is not produced.
Such procedural and substantive problems affecting the defense of your civil rights are best handled by the attorneys at Charles S. Frigerio in San Antonio, who have 30 years of experience in the field. We are tenacious — we know the law and work hard to get results. We are licensed to handle state and federal claims and provide insightful legal advice as clients develop settlement and trial strategies to defend them through the legal system.
Fighting for your freedom to…
- First Amendment — freedoms of religion, speech, press, petition, peaceable assembly and association
- Second Amendment — right to bear arms
- Third Amendment — refusal to quarter soldiers
- Fourth Amendment — unreasonable search and seizure
- Fifth Amendment — protection against self-incrimination and double jeopardy
- Fifth Amendment — due process
- Sixth Amendment — right to a fair and speedy trial by jury
- Seventh Amendment — right to trial by jury in some civil cases
- Eighth Amendment — refusal to pay excessive fines, concede to jail time or undergo cruel and unusual punishment
- Ninth Amendment — unspecified rights reserved to the states
- 10th Amendment — limitation of federal powers to those defined within the U.S. Constitution
- 14th Amendment — right to due process and equal protection, incorporated against the states
Fighting for your freedom to defend…
- Age (ADEA)
- Disability (ADA)
- Equal compensation (Title VII, EPA, Lily Ledbetter Act, FLSA)
- Genetic information (Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008)
- National origin (Title VII)
- Pregnancy (Title VII, FMLA)
- Race or ethnicity (Title VII)
- Religion (Title VII)
- Gender (Title VII)
- Sexual harassment (Title VII)
- Workplace retaliation (Title VII, ADEA, ADA, EPA)