Reforma al sistema penal

Los derechos garantizados a los acusados son fundamentales.

Invirtiendo la marea de la criminalización y encarcelamiento excesivo.

Nuestra constitución fue diseñada para proteger a la ciudadanía de los abusos de poder del gobierno. Pero con demasiada frecuencia, los derechos de quienes ingresan al sistema de justicia penal corren peligro o son ignorados.

Los derechos garantizados a los acusados, demandados, infractores y prisioneros son derechos fundamentales que protegen a todos los estadounidenses del abuso de poder del gobierno. Estos derechos incluyen disposiciones contra inspecciones e incautaciones injustificadas, el derecho a una fianza razonable, el derecho al debido proceso legal y el derecho a no estar sujeto a castigos crueles e inusuales.

Estos derechos son indispensables en una sociedad libre.

News

ACLU Files Amicus Brief in Suit to Remove San Diegan from the CalGang Database

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 5, 2019 CONTACT: Edward Sifuentes [email protected] (619) 501-3408 SAN DIEGO – Today, the ACLU Foundation of San Diego & Imperial Counties (ACLUF-SDIC) submitted an... Read More

Legislative

Repeal Sentence Enhancement for Prior 1-Year Convictions (SB 136)

Although California has made significant strides over the years to address mass incarceration and racial bias and disparities in the criminal justice system, more needs to be done to move California forward and invest... Read More

Criminal Justice and Drug Policy

Free the Vote for Californians on Parole (ACA 6)

Our democracy is rooted in the idea that everyone’s voice matters. But right now, nearly 50,000 Californians on parole are unable to vote in local, state, or federal elections. Voter suppression tactics... Read More

Legislative

California Act to Save Lives (AB 392)

[video width="1080" height="1080" mp4="https://www.aclusandiego.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/02/SanDiego_KendrickSampson.mp4"][/video]   Police officers should avoid using deadly force whenever possible. But,... Read More

Legislative

Eliminating Copays in California Jails (AB 45)

Fair and just access to health care is a human right. But right now, most California counties charge people in jail a $3 copay when they seek medical or dental care; they are also allowed to charge for medical equipment... Read More