Civil Rights Lawyer, Police Brutality, Misconduct Attorney, Chicago, IL

Visit With a strong reputation for excellence and that the case that other attorneys will not touch, Chicago litigation attorney Gregory E. Kulis, partners and staff bring enthusiasm and integrity of the legal issues involving police misconduct, business and civil cases and major civil rights. As part of a professional law firm and compassion that was created in 1990, prompting us to achieve results if the money or the justification of our customers want. Our law firm located in downtown Chicago, we advise our clients throughout Illinois, with a team approach that puts customer interests and concerns first. 30 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 2140 Chicago, IL 60602-2604 Phone (312) 580-1830
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While Berivan

, a young Kurdish woman aged 15 was sentenced to eight years in prison in Turkey, here in the United States, Ralph Fertig, a civil rights advocate was waiting to hear if the Supreme Court defense of human rights Kurdish land him in jail. The March 24 coalition of militant Armenians and Kurds Human Rights will bring these travesties of justice, in the light of noon with a demonstration outside the Turkish Consulate. Fertig, who spoke at the event, is a known activist and professor at the USC non-violent, including the current case of U.S. Supreme Court decide whether to speak for the Kurds, who provides support terrorism under U.S. law. The case of Berivan and Mr. Fertig are emblematic of the suppression of both the current Turkish government and its attempts to curb abuses of the discussion, here in the United States. Our right to speak out against the systematic effort to eliminate an ethnic group in the ground, he served for 6000 years is being tested in the Supreme Court of the United States, Fertig said. It is imperative that the exercise of the rights of freedom of expression before they are reduced and our call is made criminal.