The NJ Legislature voted to dramatically limit the use of solitary confinement in prisons and jails.
Historic Victory for Newark, Advocates, as Appellate Court Affirms Powers of Civilian Complaint Review Board
Ruling gives Newark a chance to make police accountability a reality.
A law requiring social welfare nonprofits to turn over donors' personal information harms our rights.
Ed Barocas reflects: "The work was never dull, and, as a guardian of liberty, never complete."
A bill demanding disclosure of advocacy orgs' donors places speech, association, and privacy rights at risk.
Survivors of solitary confinement will deliver testimony about what they experienced while held in isolation, sometimes for years at a time.
The resignation shows the power of advocacy and need for changes in policing in NJ.
Federal ruling: condo's gender-segregated pool hours violated the Fair Housing Act
SnapChat photos of guns on a table got 2 students suspended. We're suing.
Two years of data demonstrates that criminal justice reform has improved New Jerseyans' lives and rights.
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