Defending Freedom, Dissent and Constitutional Rights
9,600 Letters Sent to Save Free Speech at the White House
Congress is in recess, but the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee has scheduled a hearing about security at the White House. We need to flood Congress with letters now. more >>
An outrageous assault on free speech
Closing the White House sidewalk or Pennsylvania Avenue to protest, or setting up checkpoints, would be an outrageous assault on free speech rights in the United States. more >>
'Be On the Look Out Alert' Rescinded; Law Enforcement Instructed that BOLO is 'Not Operational'
The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund is pleased to announce an important victory in the ongoing case of peace activist Ray McGovern. more >>
The Brooklyn Bridge Mass Arrest Lawsuit: A major battle for the future of free speech
It is impossible to overstate the importance and impact on fundamental free speech rights of the Brooklyn Bridge mass arrest lawsuit. It was filed on behalf of the more than 700 people who were illegally arrested during a peaceful march on October 1, 2011. more >>
Federal Court Rules for Protestors
In a major victory for free speech rights, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit issued a ruling today denying the City of New York’s effort to dismiss the lawsuit challenging the NYPD’s mass false arrest of 700 Occupy Wall Street demonstrators on the Brooklyn Bridge in October 2011. more >>
Named D.C.'s 'Best Lawyers'
From the Washington City Paper's 2010 "Best of D.C." list.
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