Have you been denied the fundamentally fair Procedure of Due Process ? Government Officials and Employees including Juvenile Judges, Social Workers, CPS Agents, Court Appointed Attorneys and Police Officers can all be sued, for Deprivation of Rights, in a civil rights lawsuit, under Federal Law 42 U.S.C. § 1983. Hafer v. Melo, (S.Ct. 1991). This law provides citizens with the right to sue state and local officials for the deprivation of any rights and privileges secured in the Constitution by Federal Status. The Constitution and the Bill of Rights protect the people from the wrong actions of the Government, and within those documents, the people have the Constitutional Right to hold the Government accountable when it denies its Citizens their Rights under the Law. The Kent County Government Officials, acting under the scope of their employment can be sued for monetary, compensatory, and punitive damages, both in their official and individual capacity. According to the Circuit and District Courts of the United States, as well as, the U.S. Supreme Court, there is no immunity from prosecution for Government Officials and Employees for violation of a Citizen’s 4th, 6th and 14th Amendment Rights and they can be sued for Deprivation of Rights under Federal Law 42 U.S.C. § 1983.
DEPRIVATION OF RIGHTS
42 U.S.C. § 1983