May 12, 2015
ACLU Comment Ahead of USA Freedom Act House Vote
House Rules Committee Bars Consideration of Amendments to Bill on NSA Spying
Issue Areas: National Security
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 11, 2015
Parties Announce Preliminary Comprehensive Settlement in Federal Class Action Lawsuit Over Conditions at Monterey County Jail
SALINAS, CALIFORNIA – Lawyers for all parties in Hernandez v. County of Monterey announced today that they have reached a preliminary comprehensive settlement in the class ac...
Issue Areas: Prisoners' Rights
May 11, 2015
NJ Judge Rules Minors Cannot Receive Life-Long Sentences Without Consideration of Their Youth
Man sentenced to de facto life sentence without parole will get new sentencing hearing that factors in his maturity at the time
May 11, 2015
ACLU statement on Nebraska prison riots
LINCOLN, NEB – ACLU of Nebraska Executive Director Danielle Conrad released the following statement in response to riots at Tecumseh State Correctional Institution and Nebras...
Issue Areas: Prisoners' Rights
May 11, 2015
ACLUNV Report: Legislation Will Increase Mass Incarceration in Nevada
CARSON CITY, NV – Today, the ACLU of Nevada released a report entitled Mass Incarceration in Nevada: Bills Introduced During the 2015 Legislative Session. The report details ...
Issue Areas: Smart Justice
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