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Your Guide To Filing A Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Under 42 USC 1983
The Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Guide is a comprehensive package that contains the lawsuit forms and instructions you need to file a civil rights lawsuit in any Federal District Court in the United States. It will show you how to file a civil rights complaint against a state, federal or local government agency/employee (including lawsuits against the police). It will also show you how to send and respond to requests for production, introduce exhibits, offer objections, and how to interview witnesses at a hearing or trial. All without an attorney. Yes, you really can file a civil rights lawsuit without a lawyer!
This lawsuit guide is a 100% digital download, available for use immediately after your purchase (an email will be sent to you with a download link and you must have the ability to open MS Word and PDF files to use these forms and guides ).
The Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Guide includes ALL of the following as digital files. No shipping is required.
How To File A Civil Rights Lawsuit In Federal Court
An instructional booklet that will show you how to file a civil rights lawsuit against a government agency. Properly allege your claims by writing, filing, and serving a civil complaint in any U.S. District Court. This booklet and accompanying forms have been specifically designed for use in Federal Civil Rights Lawsuits. It includes:
- A fully editable MS Word civil rights lawsuit form template for writing out your civil claims and filing your complaint in federal court (note that you will still need to research the specific elements of your individual claims).
- A PDF version of a blank civil complaint form that you can fill out by hand if you do not want to use the MS Word version of the form.
- A civil complaint form sample that shows you an example of a completely filled out civil rights claim.
- Extra pleading pages in case you need more space when using the hand-fill form.
How To Send And Respond To A Request For Production Of Documents In Federal Court
After a complaint and answer have been filed, the next step in any civil rights lawsuit is to request relevant information about the case from the other party. This is primarily done by sending an official Request for Production of Documents (RFP). This instructional booklet will show you how to send and respond to RFPs in Federal District Court. As with the complaint booklet, all these materials have been specifically designed for use in federal courts and include:
- A fully editable MS Word template for writing a request for production of documents.
- A fully editable MS Word template for responding to a request for production of documents.
- PDF versions of both RFP forms that you can fill out by hand if you do not want to use the MS Word version of the forms.
- A sample of a completely filled out RFP and a response to an RFP.