We have compiled three customizable and downloadable resources for lawyers and firms representing demonstrators if they have been injured or arrested while exercising their First Amendment rights. Using the form below you can quickly customize these postcards with your firm’s logo, email, and phone number to provide to your community.
Much of this information is credited to the ACLU and Right-To-Protest.org and has been reviewed by a defense lawyer.
These downloadable, customizable graphics can be used by demonstrators so they know who to contact should they need representation or legal guidance following a protest.
You can print these cards out, distribute digitally, and share them as you wish. Simply enter your firm name, phone number, and your firm logo and click “Generate Images.”
Postcard sized graphics available for download, we suggest utilizing a desktop/laptop for this download:
- What to Know Before You Attend a Protest
- What to Know While You’re Protesting
- What to Know After the Protest Has Ended
If printing, we recommend printing the “What to Know While You’re Protesting” and the “What to Know After the Protest Has Ended” as one postcard with a front and backside, that can easily be carried by a demonstrator. Recommended postcard size is 4″ x 6″.
Information on these infographics is from ACLU.org and Right-to-Protest.org. Read more on these pages for guidance on protecting rights during protests and check local laws and guidelines as additional preparation.
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