The ACLU of Northern California stands up for equality, freedom, and justice in the courts. Through our impact litigation and other legal advocacy we’re fighting for you. Our legal advocacy spans from taking Fred Korematsu’s case against internment of Japanese Americans all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court to representing UC Davis students who were pepper-sprayed while exercising their right to free speech.
ACLU lawsuit seeking information about the federal government’s use of location tracking technologies. Specifically, how the government seeks or obtains location information and whether this surveillance practice is constitutional.Read more »
Plaintiff Christian Titman, a high school senior at Clovis High School wishes to wear and display his eagle feather on his cap at his high-school graduation Thursday, June 4, 2015, in order to express and honor his Native American heritage and his... Read more »
A settlement in ACLU of Northern California's federal class action lawsuit sets new standards for the medical and mental health care provided to inmates in the Monterey County Jail. It will also expand accessibility for inmates with disabilities.Read more »