Order Establishes Process for Court to Consider Releases of Detainees FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 29, 2020 MEDIA CONTACTS: San Francisco Public Defenders, Valerie Ibarra, firstname.lastname@example.org, 628-249-7946 ACLU SoCal Communications & Media Advocacy, email@example.com, 626-755-4129 (cell) Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area, mconleybuchsieb@lccrsf, (415) 500-5229 (cell) SAN FRANCISCO — In an emergency order, a … Continue reading Court Finds Likely Constitutional Violation in ICE’S Detention of Immigrants in Two Cramped Detention Centers during Pandemic
Lawsuit Also Defends First Amendment Right to Hunger Strike Over Dangerous Conditions FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACTS: San Francisco Public Defender’s Office (628) 249-7946 (cell) Valerie.Ibarra@sfgov.org ACLU SoCal Communications, 626-755-4129 (cell) firstname.lastname@example.org, ACLU NorCal (415) 621-2493( cell) email@example.com Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area, (415) 500-5229, firstname.lastname@example.org April 21, 2020 SAN … Continue reading DETAINED IMMIGRANTS FILE CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT AGAINST ICE, DEMAND IMMEDIATE RELEASES FROM EXTREMELY UNSAFE CONDITIONS DURING GLOBAL PANDEMIC
Written by Bréyon Austin, Clinic and Pro Bono Coordinator Please Note: the below contains images and content that might be upsetting. Anxiety and fear, the only emotions I am able to name as the flight from San Francisco touches down in Montgomery. My first trip to the deep south, to the land that has represented … Continue reading Reflections from Alabama
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 24, 2020 Contact: Mark Conley-Buchsieb, email@example.com, (415) 500-5229 Lawsuit Demands ICE Release Immigrants at Risk of Death from COVID-19 :Thirteen Detainees at Yuba County Jail and Mesa Verde in Bakersfield are Plaintiffs SAN FRANCISCO — Today, thirteen immigrants detained in two ICE detention centers in California filed a lawsuit in federal district court against U.S. … Continue reading Lawsuit Demands ICE Release Immigrants at Risk of Death from COVID-19
LCCR and its partners urge California Governor Gavin Newsom to issue an immediate statewide moratorium on evictions and utility cut offs. Read the full statement here.