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Uncle Sam Is Helping Missouri Cops Steal From the State’s Public Education Fund

Missouri law enforcement has conspired with the feds to circumvent the state’s civil asset forfeiture law.

By Chelsea Voronoff
May 21, 2018

We’re Victims’ Rights Advocates, and We Opposed Marsy’s Law

The proposal would have backfired and undermined the due process rights of the accused.

By Laurie Schipper, Beth Barnhill
May 16, 2018

Company That Handles Prison Phone Calls Is Surveilling People Who Aren’t in Prison

Sen. Ron Wyden has revealed shocking surveillance practices by Securus, a prison technology company.

By Neema Singh Guliani, Nathan Freed Wessler
May 11, 2018

Roadside Saliva Testing Is Probably Unconstitutional

Vermont state senators defeated a saliva testing bill, but other states are experimenting with the unproven technology.

By Chloé White
May 8, 2018

‘Victims’ Rights’ Proposals Like Marsy’s Law Undermine Due Process

A national campaign to amend state constitutions to protect “victims’ rights” would jeopardize our constitutional rights.

By Jeanne Hruska
May 3, 2018

The Flint Water Crisis Isn’t Over

As the fallout from the water crisis continues, residents of Flint don’t trust their governments, and who can blame them.

By Curt Guyette
April 25, 2018

The Trump Administration Is Trying to Forcibly Send a Detained US Citizen to Another Country

The White House believes it can sidestep Americans due process rights by simply invoking “national security.”

By Jonathan Hafetz
April 18, 2018

Waiting While Black in Philadelphia Can Get You Arrested

What happened in a Philadelphia Starbucks is another example of the indignities Black people face every day.

By Reggie Shuford
April 17, 2018

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