Constitutional Law

& Voting Rights

Protecting The Voters

Standing Up For The Law

Constitutional law is a practice area that ensures the laws passed by legislators abide by the constitutions at the state and federal level.

When challenges arise, you need a skilled constitutional law attorney to ensure the constitution is upheld.

Whether a group of voters is concerned over potential gerrymandering in a congressional redistricting plan, a close election is challenged, the government seizes your land via eminent domain without giving just compensation, or any other potential constitutional law violation occurs, the attorneys of True North Law can help.

Carter-Baker Commission Report

The Report of the Commission on Federal Election Reform is available here.

Defending The Constitution

True North Stands Up For Your Constitutional Rights.

Constitutional law covers a wide range of issues from the state to federal level. We have successfully represented clients in cases including voter ID law challenges, redistricting disputes, eminent domain (Rails-To-Trails), election challenges and recounts, and much more. If you are facing a constitutional law issue, True North has the experience to fight and win all the way to the Supreme Court level.


Voter ID Laws




Election Challenges


Property Rights

Cases & Briefs

Our Experience


Sarasota Landowners Represented by Thor Hearne and True North Law File Motion Asking Court to Hold the Government Liable for Taking Property for the Sarasota Legacy Trail

About 200 Sarasota landowners whose property was taken for the development of the northern extension of the Legacy Trail public recreational rail-trail filed a motion in the U.S. Court of Federal Claims asking the court to hold the federal government liable for taking...

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Success Story

“Mr. Hearne,

We appreciate your work in representing the homeowners along the Legacy Trail in Mission Valley, Nokomis, FL.  The case was Rogers v. U.S.  Over a decade-long fight your firm held fast and was successful.  Thanks!”

Bob and Madeline Havlick

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