This lawsuit challenges Alabama’s policy prohibiting gender marker changes on drivers’ licenses for trans people who have not had genital surgery.
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit challenging Randolph County, Alabama’s practice of using money bail to detain people arrested for misdemeanors and felonies. The practice perpetuates a two-tiered and unconstitutional wealth-based incarceration system.
This class-action lawsuit is against Alabama Department of Mental Health Commissioner James V. Perdue on behalf of persons with severe mental illness who have been languishing in Alabama county jails awaiting court-ordered mental health services known as competency restoration treatment.
We represented Yvonne Allen, a devout Christian woman who covers her hair with a headscarf as part of her religious practice and who was forced to remove her head covering to renew her driver's license.
We represented Keith Golden, a retired U. S. Army Staff Sergeant who was exercising his First Amendment right to film police officers in public.
We represented the four individual defendants, the officers of an activist group in Uniontown, who were sued for speaking out in opposition to racial and environmental injustice.
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