Civitas Review

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    Court Dismisses DOJ Suit Against Alamance Sheriff

    Posted in Center for Law and Freedom, Civitas Review, Immigration, Public Safety By Elliot Engstrom | Tagged , ,

    In 2012, the Department of Justice filed a civil lawsuit against the Alamance County Sheriff's Office (ACSO), alleging that the department and its Sheriff, Terry S. Johnson, routinely discriminated against Latinos in violation of federal law. It took two years for the case to go to trial. Almost three years after the original filing — and […]

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    Another Obama Nominee: Be Wary

    Posted in Miscellaneous By Jason Sutton | Tagged , , ,

    President Obama has nominated Goodwin Liu, an accomplished academic, to the 9th US Circuit Appeals Court.  Some wonder whether President Obama hopes to put Liu on the fast-track to the Supreme Court. This nomination is especially newsworthy because Liu believes that the Constitution should be adapted to reflect changes in society.  In one of his […]

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    Funding Who Bites Us Back

    Posted in Miscellaneous By Kasey Ginsberg | Tagged , , , ,

    According to the Capital Trail Motions Index posted online by the North Carolina Court System, defendants seeking to make a motion under the new Racial Justice Act should consult hire “CDPL’s Trial Assistance Unit” prior to filing. The Center for Death Penalty Litigation, a North Carolina based non-profit, receives nearly all of its funding through […]

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