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Mario Williams of Williams Oinonen LLC Sues Savannah Law Enforcement Officials For Race Discrimination and First Amendment Violations on Behalf of Rape Crisis Director

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Mario Williaims filed a lawsuit on behalf of fired Rape Crisis Center Executive Director Kesha Gibson-Carter who brings claims against law enforcement government officials and the center for race discrimination and violations of her First Amendment rights.

The 57-page civil suit, filed in U.S. District Court on June 3, named twenty five defendants, including the center and board of directors, including the Chatham County District Attorney Meg Heap, along with several local police officials.

For more on the story in the Savannah newspaper you can read here.

Williams Oinonen LLC represents those who have had their civil rights and is proud to represent Ms. Gibson-Carter. Contact 404-654-0288 for more information.