A Boston-based Civil Rights Law Firm With a Mission

Defending and asserting Massachusetts residents’ civil rights

We stand for truth, justice and the American way.
Together we stand!
Together we fight!
Together we demand our equal rights!

Massachusetts civil rights law firm Mark Floyd Itzkowitz cares deeply about the people we represent — people who have been victimized by incidents of injustice and discrimination. All too often, we have seen cases slip through the cracks —barred by failure to report the incident in time or the inability to produce legally sufficient proof of the offense.

We work diligently to overcome the procedural and substantive hurdles that can prevent you from obtaining justice. We thoroughly understand the laws relating to your civil rights, and we handle state and federal claims. To help you gain the strength to fight against injustice, we provide you with insightful legal advice and a welcoming atmosphere.

Advocating for your individual freedoms
As an American citizen, you have been granted the right to speak your mind and assert your rights through the Bill of Rights and the U.S. Constitution. These rights are constitutionally protected and incorporated against the state under the 14th Amendment. If you believe that these rights have been violated, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with the law office of Mark Floyd Itzkowitz. We handle claims relating to:

  • First Amendment — freedoms of religion, speech, press, petition, peaceable assembly and association
  • Second Amendment — right to bear arms
  • Third Amendment — refusal to quarter soldiers
  • Fourth Amendment — unreasonable search and seizure
  • Fifth Amendment — protection against self-incrimination and double jeopardy
  • Fifth Amendment — due process
  • Sixth Amendment — right to a fair and speedy trial by jury
  • Seventh Amendment — right to trial by jury in some civil cases
  • Eighth Amendment — refusal to pay excessive fines, concede to jail time, or undergo cruel and unusual punishment
  • Ninth Amendment — unspecified rights reserved to the states
  • Tenth Amendment — limitation of federal powers to those defined within the U.S. Constitution
  • 14th Amendment — right to due process and equal protection, incorporated against the states

Don’t let them trample on your rights
If your rights have been abridged or otherwise violated, seek the advice of a lawyer who knows how to get the wrong righted. To discuss your matter in a free consultation, contact the law office of Mark Floyd Itzkowitz: Call us at 617.695.1848 or connect with us online.