Even though police found no signs of drugs or other contraband, Holly Elish was strip-searched by Pennsylvania police officers.
The First Amendment restricts governments, not private platforms, and respects editorial rights.
Both states are trying to force tech companies to platform certain sorts of speech.
Third-grader Quantavious Eason was arrested and charged as a "child in need of services" after being caught peeing behind his mother's car.
NYC Child Protection Agency Uses 'Coercive Tactics' To Bully Parents Into Allowing Warrantless Searches
According to a new lawsuit, NYC's child protection agency almost never obtained warrants when it searched over 50,000 family homes during abuse and neglect investigations.
And a federal judge just said so.
Despite brazenly lying on financial documents and inventing valuations seemingly out of thin air, Trump's lender did not testify that it would have valued his loans any differently.
The judge found that Food Not Bombs' activity was clearly expressive conduct under the First Amendment.
A federal judge ruled that Tayvin Galanakis' lawsuit against the officers who arrested them could go forward. He also approved part of the officers' defamation case against him.
Banning people under age 16 from accessing social media without parental consent "is a breathtakingly blunt instrument" for reducing potential harms, the judge writes.
Luke Weiland has filed a lawsuit alleging that police used "excessive" force.
The pair were then taken to a local jail, where they were mistreated further.
Food Not Bombs activists argue that feeding the needy is core political speech, and that they don't need the city's permission to do it.
Tyler Harrington has filed a lawsuit after four police officers burst into his home in the middle of the night.
Priscilla Villarreal, also known as "Lagordiloca," has sparked a debate about free speech and who, exactly, is a journalist.
Laws like Utah's would require anyone using social media to prove their age through methods such as submitting biometric data or a government-issued ID.
The freedom to protest is essential to the American project. It also does not give you carte blanche to violate other laws.
Opponents of pandemic restrictions had their day in court and won a victory for open dissent.
Long Beach, California, Police 'Brutally' Arrested a Cancer Patient. Now, the City Is Paying $300,000.
Johnny Jackson had just had surgery for his prostate cancer when three officers arrested him with "brutal force" over his expired vehicle registration.
Peter and Annica Quakenbush are suing Brooks Township for the right to operate an environmentally friendly cemetery.
Police forced 44-year-old Teddy Pittman facedown on the road at gunpoint after mistaking him for a fugitive. When they let him go, they slapped him with a traffic ticket.
"The First Amendment prevents DeSantis from identifying a reform prosecutor and then suspending him to garner political benefit," U.S. Circuit Judge Jill Pryor wrote.
More than 20 people died while in custody of the Riverside County Sheriff's Department last year.
The United Federation of Teachers argues that the near-5,000 page environmental report on New York's congestion pricing plan isn't thorough enough.
A state judge ruled that a lawsuit seeking clarification on Idaho's vague abortion ban can move forward, despite dismissing some of the suit's claims.
Gov. Ron DeSantis’ crusade to end America's greatest success in private governance.
The ACLU will represent the gun rights group in a case with widespread relevance for free speech.
In 2020, Harris Elias was arrested for driving drunk even though tests showed he was completely sober. After filing a lawsuit, he's getting a hefty settlement payout.
The trial of the first of 61 defendants starts today, but the judge has seemingly forbidden any of the defendants or their attorneys from discussing the case.
Some of the worst-performing elementary schools in California retrained teachers to teach reading with phonics. A new paper says the change worked.
A new lawsuit alleges that Deputy Benjamin Jacquot, a school resource officer, slammed an 8-year-old's face into a conference room floor, causing bruises and lacerations.
"Marsy's Law guarantees to no victim—police officer or otherwise—the categorical right to withhold his or her name from disclosure," the Florida Supreme Court ruled.
The ban, scheduled to take effect on January 1, is likely unconstitutional in multiple ways, the judge held.
“I couldn’t believe it was my baby,” Amanda Bews' mother said. "She looked like she was mummified."
Officers barged into their house without a warrant, shot their dog, and mocked them, a federal civil rights lawsuit says.
Lots of Americans have an intolerance to FODMAPs—the sugars prevalent in garlic, onion, and many other foods.
The Arizona Department of Agriculture says all eggs sold must be cage-free, a power that according to the lawsuit belongs to the state legislature.
Bryn Green wants to start a sugaring business, but the state’s occupational licensing regime requires her to spend thousands on irrelevant training. Now she's suing.
Clarence Cocroft filed a lawsuit this week challenging the state's virtual ban on advertising medical marijuana businesses, arguing the law violates his First Amendment rights.
Elisabeth Rehn was about to take a bath when police officers kicked down her door, flooded into her apartment, and pointed their guns at her.
Children held in the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center are routinely subjected to solitary confinement, inadequate meals, and filthy cells, according to legal documents.
According to a new lawsuit, New Jersey has handed over leftover blood from newborn genetic testing to law enforcement and sold it to third parties.
Lina Khan says this number is crucial to understanding Amazon's monopoly power, but she's either confused or lying about what it means.