Video: PCJF featured in major news story questioning DC police chief's fitness for office

"The attorney who filed the class-action lawsuit, Carl Messineo, works for the Civil Justice Partnership."

FOX 5 video: PCJF weighs in on DC police withholding body camera footage

“The fact the U.S. Attorney’s Office is giving you the same material when you ask for it, that comports with standard public records obligations, and it shows that the MPD and the D.C. Attorney General’s Office is deviating from the way that public records have to be handled,” said Mara Verheyden-Hilliard for the Partnership for Civil Justice.

WUSA9: Federal hearing on inauguration protests

Will protests be allowed along the Inaugural Route? Coverage from WUSA9

When the inaugural parade passes the Trump hotel, will protesters be there, too?

“People are coming to Washington, D.C., on Inauguration Day to exercise their free speech rights in opposition to racism, misogyny and bigotry. But the government wants to stage-manage democracy.”

WJLA Video: Legal battle underway for group to protest outside Trump Hotel on Inauguration Day

ABC7 Local News covers the legal battle over the right to protest at Trump's Inauguration.


Alternet: Why Trump's Latest Boasts About His New D.C. Hotel Are Bogus

The hotel did not even have a standard “certificate of occupancy” permit allowing visitors to enter the premises, according to a series of emails between the federal issuing agency and Trump’s management obtained this week under a federal Freedom of Information Act request by the Partnership For Civil Justice Fund.

Trump battles protesters for space outside hotel grand opening

Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, a lawyer who frequently argues on behalf of First Amendment rights, said the Park Service had stonewalled her efforts to look at the permit applications but that Trump appeared to be relying on public resources to “sanitize their event from the reality of public dissent.”

NYPD used undercover officers to spy on activists: Mara Verheyden-Hilliard interview on RT

Newly obtained documents indicate the New York Police Department may have committed constitutional violations by deploying undercover officers to monitor peaceful Black Lives Matter protests, following the death of Eric Garner in 2014.