Hammer v. Ashcroft: In support of death row inmates’ right to person-to-person meetings with reporters. This brief focuses on the fact that the current Bureau of Prison’s (BOP) proscription of in-person communication between maximum security inmates and members of the press is inappropriately based on the anticipation that the speech will be offensive to government officials and the public discourse. The BOP’s interest in preserving security within the penal system does not permit it to censor speech absent a legitimate concern to justify the restriction of this fundamental right to free speech and free association.
WPLC, IADL, and NLG file joint Amicus Brief Supporting the Hawaiian Kingdom’s Complaint against the US Requesting a Declaratory Judgment and Effective End of U.S. Occupation
July 30, 2021
Arkansas Times, LP v. Mark Waldrip, et. al
April 18, 2019
Ross William Ulbricht v. USA (February 2018)
February 5, 2018