One way or another, most of us will end up visiting a courthouse at some point in our lives. We may be there for jury duty, as part of a legal case, or to support a loved one. Courthouse doors should be open to all – but currently, that’s not the case in Illinois.
DEFENDING THE CIVIL RIGHTS AND CIVIL LIBERTIES OF ALL ILLINOISANS.
FROM THE BLOG:
During the District 211 Board Meeting on November 14th, our client Nova Maday was able to address the Board and the crowd before the vote.
Since at least 2005, the Chicago Police Department has paid hundreds of thousands of dollars on invasive surveillance technology that is capable of gathering vast amounts of data about people’s cell phone locations and communications.