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    alcestis257 is offline Junior Member
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    Thumbs down How to Sue a State?

    I was just wondering how a person can sue their state for civil rights infringments. How much would it cost? Would I need a lawyer? What are the steps? What is the best approach?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alcestis257 View Post
    I was just wondering how a person can sue their state for civil rights infringments. How much would it cost? Would I need a lawyer? What are the steps? What is the best approach?
    Get a lawyer
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    Quote Originally Posted by alcestis257 View Post
    How much would it cost?
    A heck of a lot.

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