Recently, Williams Cedar attorney Christopher Markos and Superior Court Judge Carolyn Nichols visited the popular Philly Hott Radio show to discuss the topic of civil rights. During the interview, the pair examined ways a person can know if their rights have been violated. Mr. Markos also explained the role of a civil rights attorney and what to do when a civil rights violation occurs.
Mr. Markos has significant experience as a civil and human rights attorney. Public interest advocacy has been his passion since law school. He is a Legal Fellow at the American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania, with a focus on free speech, privacy, due process, and police misconduct. He has successfully served in many high-profile civil rights cases.
To hear the interview, visit our YouTube channel.
Williams Cedar has a proven track record of protecting the personal, civil, and consumer rights of clients throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and nationwide. For more information on our services, please call 215-557-0099 to arrange a free consultation with a dedicated Pennsylvania civil rights lawyer. You can also contact us online. Our offices are centrally located in Philadelphia, and Haddonfield, New Jersey.