Monthly Archives: January 2016

ACLU: California’s Lethal Injection Plan Amounts to Human Experimentation

SACRAMENTO—Legal and scientific experts are warning that California’s proposed lethal injection protocols were created without the transparency and public participation required by law and that these untested execution procedures will amount to human experimentation, with a grave risk that something…

Time for a Reality Check: Protocols Needed for Release of Police Videos

San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis called a press conference just days before Christmas to release an edited version of the long-sought video of a deadly police shooting of an unarmed man in the Midway District last April. Dumanis sought…

ACLU Finds Reproductive Health Abuses in California Jails

The ACLU of California today released a report that finds county jails are putting people’s health at risk by denying, delaying, and ignoring crucial reproductive health care.  The report, “Reproductive Health Behind Bars in California,” shines a light on the…

Information about California’s AB 60 Driver’s Licenses

You may legally drive in California and use your AB 60 driver’s license as legal identification in certain situations. However, use caution If you present your AB 60 license in a state other than California, you may be at risk…

ACLU Case Challenging Inhumane Detention Conditions Moves Forward

SAN DIEGO — A federal district court permitted a class action lawsuit challenging harmful and unconstitutional conditions of confinement by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to move forward  this week. In Jane Doe, et al. v. Johnson, et al., the court…