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  1. ACLU-DC v. Department of Justice - FOIA Re: Shackling Of Detainees In Court Appearances

    August 16, 2018CaseCriminal Justice Reform, Due Process/Procedural Rights, Youth/Childrens' Rights
  2. Damus v. Nielson - Challenging Trump Administration’s Unlawful Detention of Asylum Seekers

    March 15, 2018CaseImmigrants' Rights, Racial Justice, Due Process/Procedural Rights
  3. Doe v. Mattis - Challenge to Detention of U.S. Citizen in Iraq Without Legal Process

    October 5, 2017CaseNational Security/War on Terror, Due Process/Procedural Rights
  4. Pondexter-Moore, Schyla - Challenging Unlawful Barring of Community Activity from Public Meetings

    November 3, 2016CaseFreedom of Speech and Association, Due Process/Procedural Rights
  5. U.T. v. Barr (Challenging Government Policy of Sending Asylum-Seekers to Dangerous Countries)

    January 22, 2020CaseImmigrants' Rights, Due Process/Procedural Rights, Racial Justice
  6. Almaqrami v. Pompeo (formerly P.K. v. Tillerson) - Challenging Refusal To Process Certain Countries’ Nationals Who Won “Diversity Visa” Lottery

    August 3, 2017CaseDue Process/Procedural Rights, Immigrants' Rights, Equal Protection/Discrimination
  7. Make the Road New York v. McAleenan - Challenge to Trump Administration Expansion of “Expedited Removal” for Immigrants

    August 6, 2019CaseImmigrants' Rights, Due Process/Procedural Rights, Racial Justice
  8. NORA V. WOLF - CHALLENGING THE POLICY OF DEPORTING IMMIGRANTS TO ONE OF THE MOST DANGEROUS REGIONS IN THE WORLD TO AWAIT THEIR ASYLUM HEARINGS

    April 14, 2020CaseImmigrants' Rights, Due Process/Procedural Rights, Racial Justice
  9. I.A. v. Barr - Challenge to Trump Administration Limitation on Asylum for Migrants Passing Through Another Country en route to the U.S.

    August 21, 2019CaseImmigrants' Rights, Due Process/Procedural Rights, Racial Justice
  10. Grace v. Barr - Challenge to Trump Administration’s Narrow Interpretation of Asylum Law

    August 7, 2018CaseImmigrants' Rights, Due Process/Procedural Rights

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