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Jennings v. McDole Ray

On September 5, 2021, Delaware Attorney General Kathleen Jennings informed Keandra McDole Ray, a community activist, of the Delaware Department of Justice’s (DOJ) intent to institute proceedings against McDole Ray. At the time, McDole Ray had been exercising her right to protest.

April 28, 2022 Free Speech

Angelo Clark v. Coupe et al

Cruel and unusual punishment is blatantly unconstitutional – especially when combining prolonged solitary confinement with a mental illness. We're fighting this third-circuit case to bring justice for the late Angelo Clark, and to bring an end to this cruel practice.

February 2, 2022 Justice Reform

Davis et. al v. Neal et. al

Violence by correctional officers isn’t just a moral failing; it’s unconstitutional. People living in prisons have the constitutional right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment. We're fighting a legal battle to shed light on and end a pattern of abuse at the Sussex Correctional Institution.

December 20, 2021 Justice Reform

LWV Delaware v. Dept. of Elections

With the current ballot return deadline a substantial number of voters may have their ballots disqualified for arriving too late, or they may have to choose between their health and their right to vote. So we're suing to protect your right to cast a ballot by mail in the General Election.

September 18, 2020 Voting Rights

Smack v. Debalso

This is a habeas corpus petition challenging the state sentence of a man convicted of drug crimes because the court used evidence at the sentencing that was not subject to adversarial dispute and did not meet the requisite threshold of proof.

September 17, 2020