NopeThey are similar and in some ways depend upon each other, but in the legal sense, they are different. There are several Constitutional Amendments that address civil rights. So there is an association between civil rights and constitutional rights.
From all I have searched, in the legal terms, there isn't any legal distinction between the two. Think of it this way. What if I operate a business on my property, where my home is located? A small auto repair shop? Or a custom furniture maker? And I have my business open to the general public, and customers come to my house where my shop is located to drop off, or pick up their vehicle I repaired. Or to pick up a custom made coffee table I made for them. I'm open to the public, but it's still private property.
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