Reported Hate Crimes in New York Were 14 Percent Higher in 2009, New York Civil Rights Violations Lawyer Comments

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According to records released by the state, hate crimes reported by victims to New York police increased 14 percent in 2009. Statistics show that the minorities most affected by the increase in hate crimes were Jews, Muslims, and gays. When a crime is motivated by bias or bigotry against a protected group of individuals, it is a criminal civil rights violation. New York civil rights violations lawyer David Perecman fights for victims of hate crimes. If you would like hate crimes information or would like to talk to a civil rights violation lawyer, contact The Perecman Firm.

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