The ACLU of New Jersey and the New York Civil Liberties Union obtained an emergency stay of deportation for a father of two who was unconstitutionally taken into federal custody by immigration enforcement agents when he and his wife, a U.S. citizen, attended an interview at a federal immigration office in Manhattan as part of their application for him to obtain residency status.
It's a step in the right direction, but not yet the bill New Jerseyans deserve.
For racial & social justice, expungement has to be part of legalization.
On June 3, join solitary survivors & anti-torture advocates to end solitary.
Abdul got asylum & walked out of detention a free man.
New law sends message: all NJ students should have access to financial aid
Remand means ACLU-NJ can demonstrate why yeshiva & seminary grants are unconstitutional.
New law to give nearly all NJ workers paid sick days advances justice and benefits everyone.
Newark is posting mass real-time camera feeds so online observers can patrol city streets. It needs to end now.
Jailing someone who can’t pay “effectively extorts payment” from indigent defendants’ loved ones, federal judge ruled.
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