We can't hazard opinions about whether an advice-seeker has any viable claims unless the advice- seeker gives a general account about what happened. What you have written is much too cryptic and conclusory to provide a basis for lawyers' opinions. You may want to re-post your question with a narrative of what happened that leads you to think your constitutional rights have been violated.
Not legal advice, just my two cents. I don't practice law in Ohio or hold Ohio licensure. If you need legal advice, please consult a lawyer who does. I practice in Vermont ONLY.
You take all your facts to a local attorney and wiek with him/her to sort out what is actionable (something you can sue on) from what you can't and who appropriate defendants might be. If you have a case, you'll be able to find an attorney willing to help you.
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Gather your facts and any evidence you have.
Schedule to meet with several attorneys who practice in the civil rights litigation, and get a consultation.
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