May 12, 2015
Statement from ACLU of Wisconsin on DA Decision in Police Shooting of Tony Robinson
Statement from Chris Ahmuty, ACLU of Wisconsin Executive Director:
Issue Areas: Criminal Law Reform
May 05, 2015
NYCLU to File Appeal for Public Release of Garner Grand Jury Transcripts
NEW YORK - The New York Civil Liberties Union will today pursue an appeal from a Staten Island judge’s March 19 decision to keep secret records from the Grand Jury that failed to...
May 01, 2015
ACLU Statement on Charges Filed Against Officers in Death of Freddie Gray
The following can be attributed to Susan Goering, Executive Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Maryland: "For years, victims of police violence, overwhelmingly Blac...
Apr 28, 2015
Statement on Freddie Gray and Police/Community Conflict in Baltimore
ACLU briefing paper on deaths in police encounters in Maryland Read more about the ACLU of Maryland's work on police accountability The following can be attributed to Susan...
Apr 27, 2015
ACLU of Missouri Releases Mobile Justice App for iPhones
ST. LOUIS - Today, the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri released the iPhone version of a smart phone app called the ACLU of Missouri Mobile Justice app — an empowerment...
Issue Areas: Criminal Law Reform
Apr 16, 2015
ACLU of Oklahoma Calls for Criminal investigation & Resignation of Tulsa County Sheriff Stanley Glanz
OKLAHOMA CITY – In the wake of reports that supervisors were coerced to falsify training records of Bob Bates, the Tulsa County “pay to play cop” who shot Eric Harris in the ...
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