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Disturbing Execution of Clayton Lockett Triggers Filing of Lawsuit by the ACLU and News Outlets

Disturbing Execution of Clayton Lockett Triggers Filing of Lawsuit by the ACLU and News Outlets Summary: Clayton Lockett was sentenced to death on April 29 of this year. After he received his lethal injection, he groaned and writhed on the gurney before he finally died 43 minutes later. Now, the ACLU, as well as some…>read more

No Comment August 25, 2014

Lawyers Helping Protesters in Ferguson Arrested

Lawyers Helping Protesters in Ferguson Arrested Summary: Lawyers who have traveled to Ferguson, Missouri to help protesters with their case, have been taken into custody multiple times this past week.  King Downing, an attorney from New York, was walking the streets of Ferguson, Missouri this week. He…>read more

No Comment August 21, 2014

Barring Intervention from U.S. Supreme Court, Gay Marriage to Begin Next Week in Virginia

Barring Intervention from U.S. Supreme Court, Gay Marriage to Begin Next Week in Virginia Summary: Should the United States Supreme Court not intervene in Virginia’s battle against same-sex marriage, couples could begin to tie the knot as early as next week.  If the United States Supreme Court does not intervene, same-sex marriages in the state…>read more

1 Comment August 14, 2014

ACLU Sues U.S. Government for Lack of Representation for Child Immigrants

ACLU Sues U.S. Government for Lack of Representation for Child Immigrants The federal government was sued on Wednesday by the American Civil Liberties Union for its failure to provide legal representation to immigrant children who are involved in deportation hearings, according to NPR. The lawsuit, which is a class-action suit, was…>read more

No Comment July 10, 2014

Anwar al-Awlaki Drone Killing Justified in Memo

Anwar al-Awlaki Drone Killing Justified in Memo A Justice Department memo was released by a federal court on Monday that justifies the killing of Anwar al-Awlaki with the use of a drone, according to The Huffington Post. There were quite a few redactions by the government that…>read more

No Comment June 24, 2014

Women Sue Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for Forced Pregnancy Tests During Arrests

Women Sue Alameda County Sheriff’s Office for Forced Pregnancy Tests During Arrests A lawsuit has been filed against the Alameda County Sheriff that claims the department violated the rights of a woman and broke the law when ordering 72-year-old Susan Harman to take a pregnancy test, according to KTVU. The incident occurred…>read more

No Comment June 3, 2014

The U.S. Justice Department’s Use of Cell Phone Tracking

The U.S. Justice Department’s Use of Cell Phone Tracking An appeals court ruled in a privacy-rights case, that the U.S. Justice Department’s use of cell-phone tracking in prosecutions that do not end in a conviction, according to Bloomberg News, need not be disclosed to a civil rights group attacking…>read more

No Comment May 12, 2014

ACLU Challenges Idaho’s Ag-Gag Law in Court

ACLU Challenges Idaho’s Ag-Gag Law in Court Idaho’s Ag-Gag law, recently signed by Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter, has been challenged by the American Civil Liberties Union of Idaho in federal court, and on Monday the organization asked the court to strike down the law. ACLU was joined…>read more

No Comment March 17, 2014

ACLU Takes Gay Marriage Crusade to State Level in Pennsylvania, Elsewhere

ACLU Takes Gay Marriage Crusade to State Level in Pennsylvania, Elsewhere After taking a breath following the Supreme Court’s lifting of the federal ban on same-sex marriage, the American Civil Liberties Union has declared what amounts to litigational blitzkrieg, attacking same-sex marriage bans in several states including North Carolina and Virginia.…>read more

No Comment July 9, 2013

Mentally Disabled Immigrants Facing Deportation to Be Provided With Representation

Mentally Disabled Immigrants Facing Deportation to Be Provided With Representation A recent ruling by a judge in California’s federal court has ordered immigration courts in California, Arizona, and Washington to provide legal representation for mentally disabled immigrants facing deportation. The ruling will dramatically change the way that immigration court is…>read more

1 Comment April 25, 2013

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