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Concern for the families appeared on both sides of the debate.
Prosecutors say Tilli Buchanan "took responsibility for her actions."
The company cited a recent federal memo clarifying that agents are expected to obey the Constitution.
Louisiana Prosecutors Say They Can't Be Sued Over the Fake Subpoenas They Used To Pressure Witnesses Into Testifying
In several cases, victims received higher bonds than criminal defendants and were forced to serve jail time.
The ACLU and the Innocence Project are suing to uncover the evidence.
Tilli Buchanan's stepkids saw her topless. Now she could face 10 years on the sex offender registry.
D.C. cops appear to have a thing for illegally probing butts.
The ACLU argues the lack of state funding and oversight creates an unconstitutional lack of access to legal counsel in poorer California counties.
Don’t be afraid of the robopups, but make sure we leash law enforcement to keep officers from misusing them.
Tilli Buchanan and her husband removed their shirts after installing insulation in their garage. Only one of them is facing charges.
Fourth Amendment protections against warrantless searches are reduced when entering the country, but they’re not completely erased.
A 2017 Reason investigation found that black residents in Madison County felt under siege in their own neighborhoods.
If you think a map of the moon might help an inmate escape, you might be a prison censor.
A policy that allows for quicker deportations near the border could expand nationwide.
Donald Trump is far from the only person who doesn't understand the Bill of Rights.
New Orleans can't use zoning regulations to decide what counts as artistic expression.
As governments and law enforcement agencies rush to incorporate facial recognition tech, California lawmakers have a chance to slam on the brakes.
Ron Wyden and Rand Paul team up to stop Border Patrol from snooping in your stuff without good reason.
The agency is mum on how many people are impacted
The civil liberties giant defends a law professor who took on Harvey Weinstein as a client.
The People v. Lawrence Ferlinghetti explains how America embraced free speech—and how we're ready to throw it away.
The legislation moves forward following a compromise with law enforcement groups.
The agency, which has yet to release the agent's name, had to amend its statement about the circumstances of Claudia Patricia Gómez González's death.
Kelling later disavowed the high-volume arrest programs that police departments justified using his theory.
The Metropolitan Police Department was in the middle of a legal battle with the family when the warrantless search was conducted.
Outraged by that video of freelance border guards detaining migrant families? Wait til you find out what the official border cops have been up to...
Magistrates don’t care whether defendants can pay, leaving the indigent stuck in jail before they’re ever convicted.
The ACLU Defends Gun Owners' Constitutional Rights, Except for the Second Amendment Right to Own Guns
The organization objects to gun restrictions only if they impinge on other constitutional provisions.
"Sharing our completely legal weekend activities on Snapchat should not result three days of in-school suspensions," Cody Conroy told Reason.
Police Sicced a Dog on a Surrendering Man. Will the Supreme Court Review the Doctrine That Gave Them Immunity?
The ACLU wants the Supreme Court to revisit the notorious qualified immunity doctrine.
Students have the right to complain about school.
But is it actually even needed?
"They're the most powerful player in the criminal justice system. It's really important to know how they use that discretion behind closed doors."
The Michelle Carter case has troubling free speech implications.
The accidental criminal penalties in Baltimore's proposed scooter bill reveal the problems with the default criminalization of code violations.
"We shouldn't have to think about self-censoring what we say online."
A second cop in South Dakota is keeping his name concealed from the public after a fatal shooting.
Believe it or not, authorities can maintain the peace while also respecting the First Amendment.
He has manufactured a fake border crisis to justify an illicit power grab.
A decade of surveillance from the civil rights era makes a technology and social-media-fueled return.
Black people in Alabama are more than four times as likely to be arrested for a marijuana offense, according to a new report.
Portland Mayor's 'Emergency Ordinance' to Combat Constant Left/Right Street Brawling Has Civil Liberties Advocates Worried
Mayor Ted Wheeler's proposed ordinance raises "constitutional concerns," says Oregon ACLU.