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  1. Chicago Sun-Times: McCarthy Says It’s good to record officers

    January 31, 2012News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  2. ACLU asks appeals court to prevent future prosecutions for recording public conversations with police

    September 13, 2011Press releaseFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  3. Chicago Tribune: Court orders ban on enforcement of Illinois eavesdropping law

    May 9, 2012News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  4. Appeal Filed in ACLU v. Alvarez

    April 20, 2011News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  5. Dissolution of "Red Squad" Consent Decree does not negate need to protect First Amendment Rights in Chicago

    June 9, 2009Press releaseFirst Amendment Advocacy, Government Surveillance, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  6. Court issues order barring controversial enforcement of Illinois' eavesdropping law

    July 9, 2012Press releaseFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  7. Victory for First Amendment Right to Audio Record Police

    May 8, 2012Press releaseFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  8. Slate: Recording Police Making Arrests & the Outrageous Law that Makes it a Felony

    February 2, 2012News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  9. New brief filed in ACLU v. Alvarez

    October 7, 2010News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  10. Photographing Police: What Happens When the Police Think Your Phone Holds Evidence of a Crime?

    July 24, 2012News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Open Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice

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