- Civil rights attorney stays in state bias lawsuit Updated: Dec-05-13 11:31 am
- Texas officer faces rights charge in assault case Updated: Nov-29-13 9:46 am
- Ex-Quartzsite police officers win court fight Updated: Nov-28-13 4:02 pm
- Ex-JP sheriff's deputy pleads guilty in fraud scam Updated: Nov-21-13 6:29 am
- Albuquerque hotel, EEOC settle religious bias case Updated: Nov-18-13 12:52 pm
- U. Iowa medical official ordered to pay for error Updated: Nov-15-13 11:55 am
- Judge reopens bias lawsuit against East Haven Updated: Nov-13-13 10:19 am
- SF officer files federal lawsuit against city Updated: Nov-13-13 1:11 am
- 2 years in prison each for suspended border agents Updated: Nov-12-13 7:23 pm
- Judge says Neb. prisoner DNA law unconstitutional Updated: Nov-09-13 4:20 pm
- Judge upholds NJ ban on gay conversion therapy Updated: Nov-08-13 9:04 pm
- NH man fights denial of 'COPSLIE' vanity plate Updated: Nov-07-13 3:04 pm
- Judge rules agency violated groups' free speech Updated: Nov-07-13 5:07 am
- Fowlerville repeals begging ban after ACLU letter Updated: Nov-06-13 4:04 pm
DES MOINES, Iowa - The attorney for a black woman suing the state for discrimination may be represented by a Des Moines civil rights attorney.
SAN ANTONIO - A San Antonio police officer charged with sexual assault in the alleged rape of a woman in his patrol car while on duty also faces a federal civil rights charge in that case.
PHOENIX - A group of former police department employees in Quartzsite had their free speech rights violated when they were fired after accusing the town police chief of misconduct, a federal judge has ruled.
NEW ORLEANS - A former Jefferson Parish sheriff's deputy has pleaded guilty to five counts of bank fraud, and one count of aggravated identity theft and a civil rights violation in connection with a scheme to defraud J.P. Morgan Chase Bank.
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - A federal civil rights agency and an Albuquerque hotel have settled the agency's religious discrimination lawsuit filed on behalf of a housekeeper who was fired when she refused to not wear her head scarf.
IOWA CITY, Iowa - A senior University of Iowa medical official has been ordered to pay $183,000 for unfairly revoking the clinical privileges of a subordinate doctor - and taxpayers will have to foot the bill.
EAST HAVEN, Connecticut - A federal judge has reopened a civil case charging 22 East Haven police officers, the town and Police Department of driving out Latinos through discrimination and intimidation.
SAN FRANCISCO - A San Francisco police officer has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the city, saying he was racially profiled and wrongly arrested by several colleagues who didn't recognize him.
TUCSON, Arizona - Two suspended U.S. Border Patrol agents were sentenced to two years in prison each for violating the rights of four suspected marijuana smugglers in southern Arizona by taking some of their clothing and force-feeding them pot.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - A 2010 Nebraska law that requires prisoners to serve their maximum sentence if they refuse to provide DNA samples to the state violates the constitutional rights of one inmate who sued, a state judge has ruled.
NEWARK, New Jersey - A federal judge on Friday upheld a New Jersey law barring therapists from trying to turn gay youth straight.
CONCORD, New Hampshire - A New Hampshire man told the state's highest court Thursday that denying him a vanity license plate that reads "COPSLIE" violates his political free speech rights.
SALT LAKE CITY - A federal judge in Utah has ruled the state transportation department went too far by requiring protest groups to take out a $1 million insurance policy to hold marches on a busy Salt Lake City street.
FOWLERVILLE, Michigan - A Livingston County community has repealed its anti-begging ordinance after receiving a letter from the American Civil Liberties Union that a federal court ruling makes it clear the law is unconstitutional.