Jun 22, 2023
ACLU Comment on Supreme Court’s Decision in Jones v. Hendrix
WASHINGTON – Today, in Jones v. Hendrix, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority ruled that federally incarcerated people who are actually innocent – because a prior decisi...
Issue Areas: Criminal Law Reform
Court case: Jones v. Hendrix
Jun 22, 2023
New Records Detail How the FBI Pressures Police to Keep Use of Shady Phone Surveillance Technology a Secret
The records, which the ACLU obtained through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, shed light on the secrecy agreements the FBI forces state and local law enforcement agencies to sign if they want to use cell site simulators
Jun 06, 2023
ACLU, NACDL, and Coalition of Civil Rights and Criminal Justice Groups Urge Congress to Vote “NO” on DEA Surveillance Bill
Instead of Meaningfully Addressing the Overdose Crisis, Cooper Davis Act Incentivizes Online Services to Surveill Users
May 25, 2023
ACLU Acknowledges Improvements to DOJ Racial Profiling Policy, But Says Far More is Needed
On Anniversary of President Biden’s Policing Executive Order, ACLU Disappointed by Administration’s Failure to Fully Ban Discriminatory Profiling
Jan 27, 2023
ACLU Responds to Killing of Tyre Nichols
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Officials in Memphis are preparing to release body camera footage from the police beating that resulted in Tyre Nichols’ death. Five former Memphis police offi...
Issue Areas: Criminal Law Reform
Oct 03, 2022
Civil Rights Organizations Ask Atlanta Mayor and City Council to Reverse Their Decision to Lease Beds at the City Jail
ATLANTA — Today, more than 60 national and local civil rights organizations sent a letter to Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens and the Atlanta City Council asking them to reverse a dec...
Issue Areas: Criminal Law Reform
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