Preserving our Constitution

Sullivent & Fontanez PLLC is a Conservative Policy & Public Interest Law firm that serves its clients by pursuing cases that support Constitutional principles of our founding fathers.  We are astutely aware of the ongoing issues that seek to erode the framework of this great country.  Our law firm is uniquely situated to influence and represent our clients in a wide array of issues concerning our Constitutional protections; including, national security policy, religious liberty, second amendment protections, excessive regulatory control, and free markets to name a few.

As conservative public interest servants, our firm is dedicated to preserving federalism, democracy, and the separation of powers.  While we respect that there is a wide array of positions on these issues, we seek to uphold the Constitution through litigation, research, and advocacy.

Attorney, Noah Fontanez, is a lifelong conservative, and is a staunch supporter of the second amendment, pro-life causes, and religious freedom.  He is also a career defender of freedom and has served in the military for over 23 years.  He is currently the Command Staff Judge Advocate for an Army Reserve Division serving at the rank of Lieutenant Colonel.  During his time as a public servant, he served as the Chief of Contract and Fiscal Law for the US Army Central Command where he was most proudly known for ensuring that the government adhered to the principle of being good stewards of taxpayer dollars.  During law school, he concurrently served as the student bar president and vice president of the Federalist Society.  Noah remains a member of the Federalist Society whose founding principles are to interpret “the legal system of the United States in accordance with a textualist or originalist interpretation of the U.S. Constitution.”

Making a difference is no easy task. If you are in need of attorneys who want to fight for your freedoms, contact Sullivent & Fontanez PLLC today and ask for an attorney in our Conservative Policy & Public Interest Law section.

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