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“The only sensible next step is for all of the victims of this crisis to have their convictions vacated and their tainted drug charges dismissed.”
Michelle Carter was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in connection with the suicide of Conrad Roy III.
We cannot look to Washington D.C. to fix a problem it is responsible for creating.
A second federal appeals court has ruled in favor of fairness and liberty.
The first-of-its-kind notice campaign is to inform wrongfully convicted people that they have a path to justice.
“Hopefully, these policy changes will act as a deterrent and help ensure that no one else has to go through what I went through.”
The federal appeals court in Richmond has confirmed what we’ve already seen here in Massachusetts: when we fight, we win.
Immigration detention isn’t supposed to be punishment. If the government can’t deport our client, it has to let him go.
Despite their temporary suspension of the policy, we still have concerns about the environment within the institution.
ACLU joins civil rights groups in calling for citywide review of exam school admissions
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