ACLU-WA filed an amicus brief with other amici in a case in which a juvenile was sentenced to an exceptionally harsh sentence for misdemeanor crimes because the court decided they were unlikely to comply with services in the community.
The ACLU of Washington has filed a lawsuit on behalf of individuals who have had their driver’s licenses suspended by the Washington Department of Licensing (DOL) because they were unable to pay fines and fees for moving violations.
Criminal case in which a woman who complied with all the terms of her sentence following a criminal conviction and spent the last decade rehabilitating herself was denied the vacation of her conviction.
Join ACLU of Washington Technology and Liberty Director Shankar Narayan at Pecha Kucha Seattle and the Seattle Public Library’s PKN SEA vol. 70: Immigration, Innovation & Freedom. Shankar will be one of nine speakers, presenting in the unique Pecha Kucha format on “the vital contributions of immigrants as they help shape a vibrant, plural vision of America.”
Highline College - Student Union Building, Des Moines
Please join the ACLU of Washington at Highline College’s LGBTQIA Week Resource Fair on Wednesday, October 11th. ACLU will be one of 30 confirmed organizations sharing ways to plug in and connect to LGBTQIA advocacy and resources. Come visit our table to learn, engage, and take action in protecting our civil liberties.
The ACLU of Washington is proud to table at Town Hall Seattle’s upcoming event featuring Major Margaret Witt, as she reads from her new memoir Love & War: A Soldier’s Fight Against Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.
Join historian Emily Dufton as she tells the remarkable story of marijuana legalization’s up-and-down-and-up-again history, including the thousands of grassroots activists who worked to change marijuana laws as both a medical necessity and a matter of racial justice.