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A Decade in Detention for Former Child Soldier
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Today marks a decade in U.S. custody for Omar Khadr, a Canadian citizen who is Guantánamo’s youngest prisoner. Even though ...
ACLU 07/27/2012 15 20 - 72
California Pushes Back on the War on Women
By Maggie Crosby, Staff Attorney, ACLU of Northern California Across the country we're seeing ongoing attacks on access to reproductive health care. The Guttmacher Institute released data last ...
ACLU 04/17/2012 12 24 - 113
Kicking Off "Stop Cyber Spying Week"
By Mandy Simon, ACLU Washington Legislative Office The ACLU, along with several other groups, is launching a weeklong campaign called "Stop Cyber Spying Week" to draw attention to the massive ...
ACLU 04/16/2012 6 13 - 38
Victory! Appeals Court Blocks Additional Provisions of H.B. 56, Alabama's Anti-Immigrant Law
By Cecillia Wang, Director, ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project A federal appeals court issued an order Thursday blocking two draconian provisions of Alabama's immigration law, H.B. 56. The order ...
ACLU 03/09/2012 7 21 1 69
Humiliated, But Not Beaten. Fighting Back on Behalf of Pregnant and Parenting Teens
By Shantelle Hicks, ACLU client When I walked into the school gymnasium, every kid in my entire middle school was staring right at me — all 400 of them. It was like a bad dream.
ACLU 03/07/2012 18 40 - 145
The Verdict is Out: Why States Are Already Shifting Away from Alabama and Arizona's Failed Anti-Immi
By Jonathan Blazer, Advocacy and Policy Counsel, ACLU On March 1, a federal Appeals Court in Atlanta will consider the constitutionality of anti-immigrant laws passed last year in Georgia and ...
ACLU 02/29/2012 5 15 - 100
Alabama Under Seige: The Human Costs of H.B. 56
By Justin Cox, Staff Attorney, ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project On March 1, the ACLU will be in court challenging the constitutionality of both Alabama and Georgia’s discriminatory anti-immigrant ...
ACLU 02/27/2012 2 3 - 45
Today We Take Back Our Genes
By Alicia Gay, ACLU There is something fundamentally wrong with allowing companies to own the rights to pieces of the human genome. Today the ACLU is launching a campaign to illustrate the personal ...
ACLU 02/22/2012 19 21 2 79
Wanted: Women on Birth Control, Not Men on Ham Sandwiches
By Sarah Lipton-Lubet and Dena Sher, Washington Legislative Office Yesterday’s House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing on the new HHS rule that requires insurance plans to ...
ACLU 02/17/2012 3 15 - 69
Why the Contraception Mandate Matters
By “Dara” Lately the water cooler conversations at my religiously affiliated nonprofit social service agency have been focused on trying to understand the new HHS contraceptive mandate . My younger,
ACLU 02/11/2012 8 27 - 86
Let Eileen Vote.
Robert Doody, ACLU of South Dakota, & Nicole Kief, ACLU What’s new in voter suppression land today? South Dakota is trying to prevent Eileen Janis — and hundreds of other citizens — from voting.
ACLU 02/10/2012 3 12 - 63
The Daily Show Tells Florida Legislators: "I Think I’m Gonna Need You to Pee into This Cup"
Last night, The Daily Show featured an interview with ACLU of Florida client Luis Lebron, a single father and full-...
ACLU 02/03/2012 21 39 2 197
Let People Vote
By Matt Coles, Deputy Legal Director, ACLU Voting. It’s the key to the most basic American value, the one that makes the others real: self-government. Democracy. It’s why we fought the ...
ACLU 01/27/2012 3 9 - 28
Let People Vote
By Matt Coles, Deputy Legal Director, ACLU Voting. It’s the key to the most basic American value, the one that makes the others real: self-government. Democracy. It’s why we fought the ...
ACLU 01/27/2012 2 8 - 21
The Long Path Ahead: People of African Descent and the Realization of Human Rights
By Chandra Bhatnagar, Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU Human Rights Program Last Monday, our country commemorated the life and work of the great Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who fought ...
ACLU 01/23/2012 3 6 1 26
Federal Court Rules Discrimination Against Muslims Violates the First Amendment
By Heather L. Weaver, Staff Attorney, ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief Condemning an entire faith and singling out its followers for disfavored and unequal treatment by the ...
ACLU 01/10/2012 10 15 - 69
Out in the Cold at Age 84: Wisconsin’s Ruthelle Frank Fights for Her Right to Vote
By Jon Sherman, Staff Attorney, ACLU Voting Rights Project Ruthelle Frank, a resident of Brokaw, Wisconsin since her birth in 1927, has none of the accepted forms of photo ID ...
ACLU 12/13/2011 43 197 5 606
Congress: Stop Targeting American Muslims & Protect Muslim Service Members
By Devon Chaffee, Legislative Counsel & Dena Sher, Legislative Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office Today the Senate and House Homeland Security Committees will hold a ...
ACLU 12/07/2011 8 7 - 45
A Tool in the Government's War on Privacy? Absolutely. But in Its War on Terror? Not So Much…
By Robyn Greene, Lobbyist Assistant, ACLU Washington Legislative Office 3,970. That is how many times between October 1, 2009 and September 30, 2010, federal judges let the government ...
ACLU 10/28/2011 1 10 - 35
Victory in Florida: No Illegal Drug Testing For Welfare
By Maria Kayanan, Associate Legal Director, ACLU of Florida On Monday we got some great news in Florida: following an ACLU lawsuit,
ACLU 10/25/2011 15 41 2 106
A SHOC-king Disregard for the Constitution
By Daniel Bullard-Bates, Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief A public school in South Carolina flagrantly violated the Constitution recently by holding a Christian rap concert for ...
ACLU 09/26/2011 14 15 - 74
Predatory Lending: Wall Street Profited, Minority Families Paid the Price
By Larry Schwartztol, Staff Attorney, Racial Justice Program The editorial page of the New York Times recently weighed in on an important but underappreciated aspect of the ...
ACLU 09/16/2011 7 15 1 51
Don’t Let Phone Companies Off the Hook: Demanding Accountability for Warrantless Wiretapping
By Barbara Flynn Currie, Majority Leader, Illinois House of Representatives As we near the tenth anniversary of the terrorist attacks of 9/11, we can expect to see a number of ...
ACLU 08/30/2011 5 24 1 65
Who's Spying on You? Might Depend on Your Race.
By Robyn Greene, Lobbyist Assistant, ACLU Washington Legislative Office Yesterday, two important news stories demonstrated how new unchecked surveillance programs we've highlighted in ...
ACLU 08/25/2011 2 11 1 55
A Way Toward Balancing Government Budgets While Promoting Justice: Break Our Addiction to Incarcerat
By Inimai Chettiar, Policy Counsel, and Vanita Gupta, Deputy Legal Director, ACLU There isn’t an American who hasn’t felt the devastating effects of the Great Recession. And ...
ACLU 08/09/2011 4 10 - 30
Ending Domestic Violence Requires Holding Police Accountable
by Evelyn Atkinson and Sandra S. Park, ACLU Women's Rights Project Are restraining orders just pieces of paper, or must the police take action when they are violated? This is the question ...
ACLU 07/20/2011 10 14 - 48
Uncle Sam's Drug-Seeking Behavior
By Denny LeBoeuf, Director of the ACLU's Capital Punishment Project This summer, travelers should be on the lookout for some new American drug addicts, slouching around the foreign ...
ACLU 07/19/2011 2 7 1 32
Obama DOJ Leaves Medical Marijuana Patients Sick and Suffering
By Scott Michelman, Staff Attorney, ACLU Criminal Law Reform Project On Wednesday, the Obama Justice Department issued ...
ACLU 07/01/2011 16 21 - 100
President Obama: Restore Civil Rights Protections!
By Dena Sher, Legislative Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office Seventy years ago this week, President Franklin D. ...
ACLU 06/23/2011 3 17 - 70
Your Money's Good Here, It's You That's the Problem
By Daniel Bullard-Bates, ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief The Douglas County School District in Colorado plans to implement a new voucher program in the coming school year. ...
ACLU 06/21/2011 6 28 - 95
Supreme Court Says Cops and Courts Must Consider Child’s Age in Miranda Warnings
By Aziz Ahmad & Julian Letton, ACLU Racial Justice Program Yesterday the Supreme Court rejected North Carolina’s effort to deprive a 13-year-old student his Miranda rights. In a 5-4 ...
ACLU 06/17/2011 6 17 - 83
Supreme Court Says Cops and Courts Must Consider Child’s Age in Miranda Warnings
By Aziz Ahmad & Julian Letton, ACLU Racial Justice Program Yesterday the Supreme Court rejected North Carolina’s effort to deprive a 13-year-old student his Miranda rights. In a 5-4 ...
ACLU 06/17/2011 9 14 - 59
Immigration Dragnet Sweeps Up Domestic Violence Victims
By Kate Desormeau, Staff Attorney, ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project States across the country are pushing back against the Obama administration, challenging the Department of Homeland ...
ACLU 06/16/2011 4 12 - 45
Profile from the War on Drugs: Hamedah Hasan
By Will Matthews, ACLU June 2011 marks the 40th anniversary of President Richard Nixon's declaration of a "war on drugs" — a war that has cost roughly a trillion dollars, has ...
ACLU 06/15/2011 5 11 - 41
Profile from the War on Drugs: Joseph Casias
By Scott Michelman, Staff Attorney, ACLU Criminal Law Reform Project Having battled sinus cancer and an inoperable brain tumor for more than a decade, cancer ...
ACLU 06/07/2011 1 11 - 26
The 40-Year War on Drugs: It's Not Fair, and It's Not Working.
By Vanita Gupta, Director, ACLU Center for Justice June 2011 has the unfortunate distinction of marking the 40th anniversary of President Richard Nixon'...
ACLU 06/01/2011 42 40 1 119
Military Women Deserve First Class Treatment Not Second-Class Status
By Dr. Katherine Scheirman I was deeply disappointed to learn that on May 24, ...
ACLU 05/26/2011 10 27 - 81
Heartless House Rejects No-Brainer Military Health Amendment
By Sarah Lipton-Lubet, Policy Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office The ...
ACLU 05/25/2011 7 19 - 79
Plata is a Net Benefit to Public Safety and Our Constitutional Rights
By Inimai M. Chettiar, Advocacy & Policy Counsel, ACLU Yesterday's Supreme Court opinion in Brown v. Plata is ...
ACLU 05/24/2011 3 9 - 34
California Sentencing Reform Should Allow the Time to Fit the Crime
By Allen Hopper, Police Practices Director, ACLU of Northern California The revised California budget is out, and sentencing reform is, well, left ...
ACLU 05/19/2011 4 12 - 44
Does the Government Want to Read Your Texts and Emails?
By Catherine Crump, Staff Attorney, ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Project & Chris Calabrese, Legislative Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office Last week the Justice Department ...
ACLU 04/21/2011 31 64 1 295
Listen to Murder Victims' Families – Not in Our Name!
By Tanya Greene, Advocacy and Policy Counsel, ACLU Center for Justice When I was a child, my cousin was brutally murdered. As far as our family knows, the police never found his killer.
ACLU 04/19/2011 3 7 1 41
Just A Smack On The Ass: A Tale Of Sexual Assault, Vengeance And Nervous Swearing
By Robyn Shepherd, ACLU Last month, the Center for Liberty's Louise Melling blogged about how street ...
ACLU 04/18/2011 191 305 3 1312
Arizona Stands Against Racism. [Insert Laughter]
By Alexa Kolbi-Molinas, Staff Attorney, ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project, & Courtney Bowie, Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU Racial Justice Program Apparently, Arizona lawmakers were ...
ACLU 04/01/2011 19 22 1 109
Graduation Gap Between NCAA Black and White Student-Athletes
By Courtney Bowie, Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU Racial Justice Program According to my bracket, next weekend, the University of Texas and the University of North Carolina will battle for ...
ACLU 03/30/2011 4 3 - 48
Marking the 100th Anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire
By Dorothy M. Ehrlich, Deputy Executive Director, ACLU A catastrophic fire swept through the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory 100 years ago today. By the time it was over, 146 people had died. ...
ACLU 03/25/2011 5 24 - 52
Tennessee's Evolution Two-Step
By Heather L. Weaver, Staff Attorney, ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and ...
ACLU 03/21/2011 59 105 1 656
Would We Adopt Again?
By Stephanie Huffman and Wendy Rickman Starting a family is a big decision for any couple, but being a lesbian couple brings a whole new set of challenges, especially since we live in ...
ACLU 03/17/2011 17 34 1 135
Howlers on the Patriot Act
By Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst, ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Program & Michelle Richardson, Legislative Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office ...
ACLU 03/15/2011 9 16 - 91
Wither the Death Penalty! First in 2011 — Illinois. Is Maryland Next?
By Tanya Greene, Advocacy and Policy Counsel, ACLU Center for Justice One more down, fewer to go! By taking ...
ACLU 03/14/2011 5 8 1 42
Protecting the Human Rights of Domestic Workers
By Galen Sherwin, Staff Attorney, ACLU Women's Rights Project Mani Kumari Sabbithi was brought to the ...
ACLU 03/11/2011 4 10 - 23
States' Brilliant Budget Solution: Sacrifice Public Education to Spend More on Ineffective Prisons
By Inimai Chettiar and Rebecca McCray, ACLU Center for Justice ...
ACLU 03/04/2011 2 18 - 58
Enough Is Enough: The Latest South Dakota Attack on Women’s Access to Abortion Goes Too Far
By Brigitte Amiri, Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project, and Robert Doody, Executive Director, ACLU of South Dakota Recently, ...
ACLU 03/03/2011 28 61 2 199
The Most Dangerous Place for Black Children...
By Courtney Bowie, Attorney, ACLU Racial Justice Program This week in New York, there has been media coverage of ...
ACLU 02/25/2011 23 21 - 115
Still Prosecuting the Little Fish at Gitmo
By Sarah Mehta, Aryeh Neier Fellow, ACLU Human Rights Program At 5 p.m. on Friday, a jury of military officers sentenced Sudanese detainee Noor Uthman Muhammed to 14 years in prison. ...
ACLU 02/19/2011 7 23 - 52
Sentencing an Al-Qaeda Lackey
By Sarah Mehta, Aryeh Neier Fellow, ACLU Human Rights Program Yesterday opened with the selection of jurors (the process called "voir dire") who will sentence Noor Uthman Muhammed, the ...
ACLU 02/17/2011 2 2 - 30
Spying On Surfing: Why We Need a "Do Not Track" List
By Christopher Calabrese, Legislative Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office The new model of Internet advertising scares the heck out of us. It's called behavioral targeting.
ACLU 01/28/2011 17 19 1 60
Wal-Mart Supreme Court Case Highlights Difficulty of Challenging Pay Disparities
By Lenora Lapidus, Director, ACLU Women's Rights Project Today, business and advocacy groups filed briefs in the Supreme Court in a lawsuit brought by women employees of retail ...
ACLU 01/27/2011 27 40 - 93
Really, Mr. President?
By Louise Melling, Director, ACLU Center for Liberty I've just read the ...
ACLU 01/24/2011 30 11 - 72
Executing the Evidence
By Denny LeBoeuf, Attorney, ACLU National Security Project The New York Times reports that the Obama ...
ACLU 01/20/2011 6 15 - 89
What the Government Wants to Know About You
By Catherine Crump, Staff Attorney, ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Project Earlier this month, news broke that ...
ACLU 01/18/2011 10 37 - 67
The Whole Constitution — Without Holes
By Deborah J. Vagins and Joanne Lin, ACLU Washington Legislative Office Clashing perceptions of our Constitution last week led ...
ACLU 01/14/2011 9 10 - 30
Georgia Prison Strike an Outgrowth of Nation's Addiction to Incarceration
By Vanita Gupta, Deputy Legal Director, ACLU, and Chara Fisher Jackson, Legal Director, ACLU of Georgia Business as usual ground to a halt December 9 at nine prisons across the ...
ACLU 01/06/2011 17 36 1 317
From an Airman: Why 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Doesn't Work for Me
By Kristoffer Berrien (Kristoffer Berrien has served in the U.S. Air Force nearly 17 years as an Avionics Specialist on multiple aircraft. Currently a reservist stationed at ...
ACLU 12/18/2010 11 28 - 64
Don’t Let Her Die: Emergency Abortions Must Be Performed At All Hospitals
By Brigitte Amiri, Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project, and Alexa Kolbi-Molinas, Staff Attorney, ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project In a disturbing development,
ACLU 12/16/2010 18 41 - 54
Targeted Killing: "A Unique and Extraordinary Case"
By Hina Shamsi, Director, ACLU National Security Project "A unique and extraordinary case" is how a federal judge described ...
ACLU 12/07/2010 222 219 1 109
Censorship at the Smithsonian
By Ian Thompson, Senior Legislative Assistant, ACLU Washington Legislative Office Earlier this fall, "Hide/Seek: ...
ACLU 12/02/2010 20 24 - 101
Targeted Killing and the Courts
By Jameel Jaffer, Director, ACLU Center for Democracy Weeks after 9/11, Alan Dershowitz notoriously ...
ACLU 11/30/2010 6 15 - 39
Prop. 19 Was Only the Beginning
By Allen Hopper, Police Practices Director, ACLU of Northern California California voters came out in droves to support Proposition 19 this November. More than 4.1 ...
ACLU 11/16/2010 13 25 - 85
Challenging DOMA for Edie and Thea
By James Esseks, Director, ACLU LGBT Project Today we filed a constitutional challenge to the so-called ...
ACLU 11/09/2010 20 44 - 107
The Victims
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Yesterday was an emotional day of testimony from widow Tabitha Speer and Omar Khadr. As a reminder, ...
ACLU 10/29/2010 16 15 - 108
Government Witness Claims Gitmo Radicalized Child Soldier
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program ...
ACLU 10/28/2010 9 12 - 44
Escape from Guantánamo by Plea Deal
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Yesterday, Canadian ...
ACLU 10/26/2010 9 14 - 50
Khadr Accepts Plea Deal, Trial Averted
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Earlier today, Omar ...
ACLU 10/25/2010 58 28 - 63
Florida's Gay Adoption Ban is Dead
By Leslie Cooper, Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU LGBT & AIDS Project Our latest challenge to the law ended in victory this afternoon when Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum ...
ACLU 10/22/2010 68 249 1 159
The Fight for Equal Pay is Not Over
By Claire O’Brien, ACLU Washington Legislative Office Well I ...
ACLU 10/08/2010 2 4 - 57
Medication Shortage Reveals Some States' Shamefully Wrong Priorities
By Brian Stull, Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU Capital Punishment Project The last-minute legal ...
ACLU 10/01/2010 9 16 - 81
Budgeting Life and Death
By James Clark, Death Penalty Field Organizer, ACLU of Southern California The state of California has no budget, no money for child care centers and college students, and no ...
ACLU 09/24/2010 3 7 1 74
Justice Department Report Finds FBI Spied on American Protestors
By Suzanne Ito, ACLU On Monday, we learned that yet another Department of Justice (DOJ)
ACLU 09/22/2010 5 13 - 30
Drilling Opponents Spied on Like Terrorists
By Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst, ACLU Speech, Privacy and Technology Program Once again, police "intelligence" functions created to supposedly help prevent ...
ACLU 09/16/2010 13 34 - 96
Time's Running Out to Pass the Paycheck Fairness Act — Contact Your Senator Today!
By Deborah J. Vagins, Legislative Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office As the clock ticks down in the 111th Congress, there is little time left to finish critical pieces ...
ACLU 09/15/2010 6 8 - 57
A Misidentified "Mastermind"
By Rebecca McCray, ACLU Centers for Justice and Equality On September 23, Teresa Lewis, a mentally disabled individual, is slated to become the first woman executed in the state ...
ACLU 09/14/2010 5 21 1 91
Hello! Students Have a Right to Keep Cell Information Private
By Courtney Bowie, Staff Attorney, ACLU Racial Justice Program It's back to school this week, and students across the country will not only be catching up with friends and doing ...
ACLU 09/10/2010 46 33 - 75
L.A. County Jail Still Plagued by Deputies Who Abuse and Retaliate Against Inmates
By Margaret Winter, Associate Director, ACLU National Prison Project & Peter Eliasberg, Managing Attorney, ACLU of Southern California The ...
ACLU 09/09/2010 5 21 - 46
Persecuting Muslims...From Sea to Shining Sea
By Heather Weaver, Staff Attorney, ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief "While there was no large-scale communal violence against religious minorities during the ...
ACLU 09/08/2010 2 16 - 47
Don't Let the Military's Deadly "Pain Ray" Machine Invade the L.A. County Jail
By Margaret Winter, National Prison Project, and Peter J. Eliasberg, ACLU of Southern California Los Angeles County ...
ACLU 08/26/2010 65 51 - 122
"Sexytime Pat-Downs," or an Invasion of Privacy?
By Danielle Riendeau, Online Communications Coordinator, ACLU of Massachusetts If you've traveled through Boston's Logan airport lately, you'll surely have noticed a few changes ...
ACLU 08/24/2010 39 34 - 85
Stand Up For Religious Freedom, Don't Hide Behind It
By Donna Lieberman, Executive Director, New York Civil Liberties Union, and Louise Melling, Deputy Legal Director, ACLU "Of course you have the right to build a mosque, but ...
ACLU 08/23/2010 10 32 - 59
The Gitmo Sentence Guessing Game
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Before Omar Khadr's trial ground to a halt last week, the sentencing hearing of 50-year-old detainee ...
ACLU 08/20/2010 7 9 - 33
The "Witt Standard" and Pending DADT Cases
By Sher Kung, Perkins Coie Legal Fellow, ACLU of Washington Last week, Air Force Lt. Col. Victor ...
ACLU 08/18/2010 6 18 - 53
Gitmo Justice
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Friday morning, the first trial at Gitmo under President Obama was suspended because the defendant's lawyer,
ACLU 08/17/2010 7 9 - 26
Reasonable Doubt
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Opening statements began in the first trial under Obama's military commisions yesterday, and the ...
ACLU 08/13/2010 9 17 - 46
Making History
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Yesterday, I witnessed history being made here in Guant�namo, as jury selection began today in the ...
ACLU 08/11/2010 10 13 - 20
What We Stand For
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program Yesterday was a stark reminder that instead of closing the book on the Bush-era military commissions, ...
ACLU 08/10/2010 10 15 - 77
Why Yesterday's Prop. 8 Decision Matters
By James Esseks, Director, ACLU LGBT & AIDS Project By now you’ve surely heard about yesterday’...
ACLU 08/05/2010 5 18 - 43
FBI's Latest Power Grab Is a Bold and Unnecessary Move
By Michelle Richardson, Legislative Counsel, ACLU Washington Legislative Office What do the ACLU, the former director of the NSA and a tech industry lawyer all have in common (...
ACLU 08/04/2010 18 36 - 123
It’s Your DNA — Or Is it?
By Michael Risher, Staff Attorney, ACLU of Northern California Forcing people to provide a DNA sample without any judicial oversight, just because a single police officer has ...
ACLU 07/19/2010 10 13 1 33
"Grim Sleeper" Case Doesn't Justify Expanding the Reach of DNA Databases
By Peter Bibring, Staff Attorney, ACLU of Southern California Last week, Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) ...
ACLU 07/15/2010 5 7 - 98
A System Designed to Produce Convictions, Not Justice
By Jennifer Turner, Human Rights Researcher, ACLU Human Rights Program On Monday, pretrial hearings resumed in the case of ...
ACLU 07/13/2010 32 28 - 395
Does Sen. Lindsey Graham Want Another Declaration of War?
By Mandy Simon, Washington Legislative Office Buried in a New York ...
ACLU 07/09/2010 6 10 - 20
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