Monthly Archives: November 2015

Texas v. U.S. – Heading for the Supreme Court

  Yesterday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit upheld the district court’s preliminary injunction in Texas, et al. v. United States, enjoining President Obama’s immigration executive action initiatives, Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent…

Informe de la ACLU: Fuerzas policiales siguen reticentes un año después de que la Prop 47 se convirtiera en ley

SAN DIEGO – La Unión Americana de las Libertades Civiles (ACLU) de California publicó hoy el informe Changing Gears: California’s Shift to Smart Justice (Cambiando la marcha: Transición de California hacia una Justicia Inteligente) detallando los éxitos y desafíos enfrentados por la…

Join the ACLU: Fighting for Equal Protection For All

We invite you to join the fight to protect fundamental American values of freedom, fairness, and equality for all by becoming a proud card-carrying member of the ACLU. For more than nine decades, the ACLU has led the fight for…

DA Won’t Charge SDPD Officer Who Shot Man Holding a Pen

  Media outlets are reporting that San Diego County District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis has announced that her office will not file charges against the San Diego police officer who shot a man to death in a Midway District alley on…

DOJ Says It Won’t Press Any Civil Rights Charges for Beating Death at Border

  The following statement on the disturbing news today that Customs and Border Protection personnel will not face criminal charges in the beating death of a Mexican national at the San Diego-Tijuana border can be attributed to Mitra Ebadolahi, attorney…