We argue that requirement of this specific form of analysis, when a State Constitutional right to privacy is asserted and claims have been supported, poses a substantial risk to privacy protections in Washington State
WA Supreme Court needs to address whether a sentence of life without parole (LWOP) constitutes cruel punishment when it is imposed under a three strikes mandatory minimum statute and some of the crimes were committed when the defendant was a young adult.
Interpreting the Public Records Act to increase transparency is important in fighting racial inequity in policing, especially when it comes to Native Americans because they are disproportionately impacted.
Amicus brief addressing the discriminatory use of preemptory challenges to strike the only or last remaining member of a cognizable racial group in jury trials resulting in the race-based discrimination that remains pervasive in the criminal legal system.
Learn how you can support the ACLU of Washington’s work at Hive Mind’s upcoming Activist Engagement Fair. ACLU-WA will be one of several organizations tabling with information on ways you can get involved in resisting Trump and supporting your community. Come educate yourself, get involved, “find your lane,” and be part of the movement.
Council Chambers, King County Courthouse, 10th floor
The proposed King County Immigration Ordinance will be heard at the 1/23 hearing of King County Council’s Law and Justice Committee. Please sign up to attend the hearing and show your support for the ordinance.
We’re kicking off a long-term strategy to end mass incarceration in America, with Washington leading the way. Join the ACLU of Washington and People Power kickoff webinar to be part of this exciting project!