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Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

In 2010, Cleveland police attacked a disabled teen and shouted racial slurs at his family. Today, the cops still have badges and guns.

October 24, 2017

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Upholding rule of law and democracy, Ohio Supreme Court rules that voters will have final word on Quicken Loans Arena subsidy

August 10, 2017

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Petitioners ask Supreme Court to dismiss Cleveland's collusive lawsuit against itself regarding referendum on Quicken Loans Arena subsidy

June 23, 2017

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Homeless coalitions petition U.S. Supreme Court to protect voters from disenfranchisement over trivial errors

March 3, 2017

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Kettering taxpayer demands city council declare that councilmember vacated his seat by serving as presidential elector

January 5, 2017

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Letter to Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams regarding his failure to terminate officers who killed 12-year-old Tamir Rice

January 3, 2017

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Chandra Law wins Ohio Supreme Court victory for crime victims: civil damages can be recovered for criminal acts

December 28, 2016

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Chandra Law clients seek restraining order against Ohio State Rep. Christina Hagan, noting that by serving as presidential Electoral College member...

December 17, 2016

Civil Rights & Constitutional Law

Federal voting-rights trial challenging election laws that are resulting in thousands of Ohio voters being disenfranchised to start on March 16, 2016

March 16, 2016

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