All Resources & Publications
• “Deadly Force” Revisited: Transparency and Accountability for D.C. Police Use of Force by Karen Hopkins
• Could or Must? Apprendi’s Application to Indeterminate Sentencing Systems After Alleyne by David Loudon
• Book Review: Guantanamo Diary by Leila Sayed-Taha & Azadeh Shahshahani
Relive the 2015 Law for the People Convention with the new issue of Guild Notes! This issue includes photos and news from the October's Convention in Oakland, three new pieces from jailhouse lawyers, and articles on asylum seekers, developments on US-Cuba relations, and NLG-SF's new Prisoner Advocacy Network.
On December 4, 2015, the NLG signed onto a letter to U.S. House of Represesntatives leadership along with 28 other human rights, community-based, and civil liberties organizations opposing the Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Act of 2015, which disproportionally targets and criminalizes Muslim communities in the name of national security: