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The U.S. District Court of the Eastern District of Virginia has denied the school board’s motion to dismiss the case of Gavin Grimm v.
ACLU-VA Urges Virginia Department of Corrections to Secure an Inmate in Solitary Confinement from Harm
Following news report that Kevin D.
Report: Virginia’s Use of Solitary Confinement is in Need of Drastic Reform; ACLU of Virginia Calls for Governor to Sign Executive Order
The report calls for solitary confinement to be banned in state prisons except “only in rare and exceptional cases, for the shortest duration, with the least restrictive setting necessary and only when the prisoner poses a credible continuing and serious threat to the security others."
4th Circuit Rules Forensic Searches of Electronic Devices Seized at the Border Must Be Justified by Individualized Suspicion
Today, the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a decision in US v.
Virginia Supreme Court Rules Random Surveillance by Police is not exempt from Virginia's Government Data Collection and Dissemination Act
The Virginia Supreme Court today made clear in Neal v. Fairfax, a case brought by the ACLU-VA against the Fairfax County Police Department, that random mass surveillance by law enforcement agencies is not exempt from the requirements of Virginia’s Government Data Collection and Dissemination Act.
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