LITTLE ROCK – The ACLU of Arkansas issued the following statement regarding a ruling by U.S. District Judge Roy Wilson closing the Rodgers v. Bryant case that challenged state-level panhandling restrictions and making the preliminary injunction blocking the law permanent.
LITTLE ROCK – Arkansas officials should heed public health experts’ advice and immediately release individuals in detention who are at high risk of severe illness or death from COVID-19, wrote the ACLU of Arkansas in a letter to Governor Asa Hutchinson and other criminal justice system stakeholders.
LITTLE ROCK — The ACLU of Arkansas today decried the Trump administration’s decision to extend its Muslim Ban to six additional countries:
LITTLE ROCK – The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Arkansas, and the Innocence Project issued the following statements regarding the Jacksonville City Council’s vote to agree to test evidence that could posthumously exonerate Ledell Lee, who was executed in 2017.
ACLU, Innocence Project Demand DNA, Fingerprint Tests That Could Exonerate Ledell Lee, Executed by Arkansas in 2017
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — The American Civil Liberties Union, the Innocence Project, the ACLU of Arkansas, Hogan Lovells US LLP, and Little Rock attorney John Tull today filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit in state court on behalf of Patricia Young, the sister of Ledell Lee.
LITTLE ROCK — The American Civil Liberties Union and the ACLU of Arkansas filed their brief with the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals today in their challenge to a set of Arkansas abortion bans and restrictions.
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