Under the Bill of Rights, the First Amendment to the United States Constitution sets forth that we are guaranteed freedom of religion and freedom of speech.  

Under the First Amendment, the government
cannot unreasonably restrict our right to freely express our opinion, nor can the government impose restrictions on the right to freely and openly engage in religious worship or religious principles.

The government is further restricted by not being permitted to establish a state sponsored religion, nor to favor one religion over another.

These rights are often challenged and sometimes violated.   When these fundamental rights to are violated, it is necessary to act, but it is difficult for the individual to challenge the power of the government.  

If your First Amendment rights are violated, you need a lawyer who is not afraid to take on the government to vindicate your rights.

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