Sunday, March 27, 2011

John E Collins Attorney at Law. John E. Collins Civil Rights Attorney. John E. Collins Criminal Defense Attorney.

John E Collins Attorney

John E Collins Attorney at Law.

John E. Collins Civil Rights Attorney.  

"Civil rights" are the rights of individuals to receive equal treatment (and to be free from unfair treatment or "discrimination") in a number of settings -- including education, employment, housing, and more -- and based on certain legally-protected characteristics.
Historically, the "Civil Rights Movement" referred to efforts toward achieving true equality for African-Americans in all facets of society, but today the term "civil rights" is also used to describe the advancement of equality for all people regardless of race, sex, age, disability, national origin, religion, or certain other characteristics.
John E. Collins ~ Where Do Civil Rights Come From?
Most laws guaranteeing and regulating civil rights originate at the federal level, either through federal legislation, or through federal court decisions (such as those handed down by the U.S. Supreme Court). States also pass their own civil rights laws (usually very similar to those at the federal level), and even municipalities like cities and counties can enact ordinances and laws related to civil rights.

John E. Collins Criminal Defense Attorney.
John E Collins is a Criminal Defense Lawyer defending clients in federal and state court 

John E Collins is a Discrimination Attorney. John E Collins will fight to protect your equal rights.

John E Collins is an advocates for legislation and court rules to protect defendants.
John E Collins has been an attorney for over 20 years.

John E Collins is active in his community and cares about your quality of life. 

John E Collins is an intellectual property attorney.
John E. Collins serves as a member of the firm's Recruiting Committee.

John E
Collins - Attorney. "With a background in environmental law.

John E. Collins has conducted internal investigations and advises clients on permits issues, environmental issues related to real estate transactions, and OSHA matters.

John E. Collins began his legal career restructuring, recapitalizing, and reorganizing troubled companies. From 1992 until 1997, John E. Collins served in the office of the United States Attorney prosecuting cases involving bank fraud, securities fraud, and other white collar crimes.

John E Collins is experienced in Real Estate Law.

John E Collins is experienced in Contract Law.

John E Collins Attorney at Law