If you are in Houston then you should Google "Houston Lawyer Referral Service." Call the number and tell them you need to talk to a civil rights attorney. I suspect you might have a significant immunity hurdle to overcome, but a civil rights lawyer can ask you more questions and properly advise you.
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You need an attorney who handles civil rights violations. If you can't find one on Avvo, just start searching the Internet. You should be able to find a few who will do a free case evaluation for you.
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