The ACLU of Delaware recently filed addressing the application of the Fourth Amendment in the context of computer searches.
At the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, people with mental illnesses have been warehoused in solitary confinement for years on end, living in 8’x11’ cells for 23 to 24 hours a day.
The ACLU of Delaware has challenged a Dewey Beach ordinance that violates rental property owners' and residents' Fourth Amendment rights.
Voting Rights, Police Misconduct, Transgender Rights, Freedom of Religion, Preventing Economic Discrimination, Student Access to School Library Materials, and Racial Discrimination in Municipal Employment. We've been busy.
A top priority for the ACLU here in Delaware is a comprehensive approach to protecting students’ rights and ensuring equal access to a quality education.
The ACLU of Delaware is arguing a case on behalf of a transgendered inmate who has been banned from changing his legal name because he does not have a sincerely-held religious belief necessitating the change.