University of Michigan Law School
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse

Here are all the additions to the Clearinghouse collection -- cases, summaries, case studies, etc. -- over the past 90 days:


CASE ADDITIONS
October 18, 2019
Mendoza-Martinez v. Mackey [Kennedy v. Mendoza-Martinez]
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 1334-ND (N.D. Cal.)
IM-CA-0139
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (IM-CA-0139)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 18, 2019
Novoa v. GEO Group
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 5:17-cv-02514 (C.D. Cal.)
IM-CA-0142
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (IM-CA-0142)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 18, 2019
Tenorio-Serrano v. Driscoll
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 3:18-cv-08075 (D. Ariz.)
IM-AZ-0026
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (IM-AZ-0026)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 18, 2019
Disability Rights Montana v. Opper
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 2:14-cv-00025-SEH (D. Mont.)
PC-MT-0008
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (PC-MT-0008)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 18, 2019
Mason v. Lockwood
Case Category: Public Benefits / Government Services
Trial Docket: 5:16-cv-10663 (E.D. Mich.)
PB-MI-0024
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (PB-MI-0024)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 17, 2019
Oakland v. Wells Fargo
Case Category: Fair Housing/Lending/Insurance
Trial Docket: 3:15-cv-04321-EMC (N.D. Cal.)
FH-CA-0028
The City of Oakland filed suit against Wells Fargo & Co and Wells Fargo Bank NA in the Northern District of California alleging predatory mortgage lending practices that disproportionately affected minority communities. These mortgages are alleged to have caused a loss of property tax revenue, increased municipal spending, and the neutralization of city fair-housing programs. The motion to dismiss was partially denied by the court and is currently on interlocutory appeal with the 9th Circuit.
View Case Detail (FH-CA-0028)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 17, 2019
Boler v. Earley
Case Category: Public Benefits / Government Services
Trial Docket: 5:16-cv-10323 (E.D. Mich.)
PB-MI-0017
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (PB-MI-0017)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 17, 2019
Andrews v. Allen
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 6:18-cv-00047-JRH-RSB (S.D. Ga.)
PC-GA-0022
Two prisoners sued employees of the Georgia State Prisons for two separate instances of unlawful assault occurring on April 19, 2018. The suit was filed under 42 U.S.C § 1983 for violations of the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments. The parties agreed to an undisclosed settlement, and the case was dismissed with prejudice on June 13, 2019.
View Case Detail (PC-GA-0022)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 16, 2019
Innovation Law Lab v. Nielsen
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 3:18-cv-01098 (D. Or.)
IM-OR-0007
Innovation Law Lab and a detainee at FCI Sheridan successfully received a Temporary Restraining Order and subsequent Preliminary Injunction to mandate detainee's access to legal services and telephones in 2018. Innovation Law Labs, a Portland based legal advocacy group and the detainee sought relief against DSHS, ICE, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, U.S. A.G., and FCI Sheridan. The plaintiffs claimed that Innovation Law Labs' attorneys had been repeatedly denied access to the detainees at Sheridan in violation of the under the Immigration and Nationality Act, the Administrative Procedure Act, and Habeas Corpus.
View Case Detail (IM-OR-0007)


CLEARINGHOUSE LINKS TO EXTERNAL RESOURCES
October 13, 2019
Bridgewater Inmate’s Family Agrees To Settle Suit
The Boston Globe
Date: April 2014
By: Michael Rezendes (The Boston Globe)
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CLEARINGHOUSE LINKS TO EXTERNAL RESOURCES
October 13, 2019
Titicut Follies
Film
Date: October 1967
By: Frederick Wiseman
This film explores conditions inside Massachusetts' Bridgewater State Hospital, a facility for individuals suffering from mental illness who have been committed. *
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CASE ADDITIONS
October 11, 2019
Gonzalez v. CoreCivic, Inc.
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 3:17-cv-02573 (S.D. Cal.)
IM-CA-0148
In December 2017, a detainee at the Otay Mesa Detention Center filed this this class action lawsuit against CoreCivic, Inc. The plaintiff alleged that he had been forced to work for $1.50 per day. The court stayed the case in April 2018, holding that it was duplicative of another action against CoreCivic. The case is ongoing
View Case Detail (IM-CA-0148)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 10, 2019
Gonzalez v. CoreCivic
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 1:18-cv-00169 (W.D. Tex.)
IM-TX-0050
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (IM-TX-0050)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 6, 2019
Torres-Soto v. Barr
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 7:19-cv-00082-HL (M.D. Ga.)
IM-GA-0013
In 2019, immigrants detained at Irwin County Detention Center filed this putative class action complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Georgia. The plaintiffs alleged that the practice of failing to account for ability to pay when setting bonds violated their Fifth Amendment Rights. The case is ongoing pending motions to certify the class and a preliminary injunction.
View Case Detail (IM-GA-0013)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 6, 2019
L.V.M. v. Lloyd
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 1:18-cv-01453 (S.D.N.Y.)
IM-NY-0063
On February 16, 2018, a minor child detained by the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) filed a putative class-action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. The plaintiff, represented by New York Civil Liberties Union, alleged that federal officers had removed minor children from their parents in violation of due process, and that ORR had held children in “highly restrictive government-controlled facilities” indefinitely and with no explanation. On June 27, 2018, the plaintiffs received preliminary injunctive relief that vacated a policy that ORR used to keep immigrant children in detention for extended periods of time. The case is ongoing as of October 6, 2019.
View Case Detail (IM-NY-0063)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 5, 2019
Bird v. Barr
Case Category: Equal Employment
Trial Docket: 1:19-cv-01581 (D.D.C.)
EE-DC-0081
In May of 2019, a group of female Intelligence Analyst and Agent Trainees at the FBI’s Training Academy in Quantico, Virginia filed this lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia on behalf of themselves and a class of those similarly situated. The plaintiffs sued the Attorney General of the United States in his official capacity under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. They claimed that they had been sexually harassed, subjected to a hostile work environment and outdated gender stereotypes, terminated, constructively discharged, forced to resign under pressure (or perceived that continuing in the training would be a futile gesture), suffered retaliation, and/or suffered other types of harassment because of their gender since April 10, 2015. As of October 4, 2019, a motion for preliminary injunction for protection from retaliation remained pending. This case is ongoing.
View Case Detail (EE-DC-0081)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 5, 2019
Migrant Justice v. Nielsen
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 5:18-cv-00192 (D. Vt.)
IM-VT-0002
In 2018, Migrant Justice and four individual members of the organization filed this complaint in the United States District Court for the District of Vermont. Plaintiffs alleged that the Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) implemented retaliatory policies in response to their activism on behalf of immigrant farm workers, including extensive surveillance and false imprisonment, in violation of their First Amendment Rights and that the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles aided these practices by consistently and intentionally sharing personally identifying information about the plaintiffs with ICE in a manner that violated their Fourteenth Amendment Right of Equal Protection under the law.
View Case Detail (IM-VT-0002)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 5, 2019
East Bay Sanctuary Covenant v. Barr
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 4:19-cv-04073 (N.D. Cal.)
IM-CA-0146
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (IM-CA-0146)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 4, 2019
Miller v. Stewart [Brewer]
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 2:15-cv-14164-SFC-SDD (E.D. Mich.)
PC-MI-0032
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (PC-MI-0032)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 4, 2019
Bryant v. Federal Bureau of Prisons
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 2:11-cv-00254 (C.D. Cal.)
PC-CA-0077
In 2011, a hearing-disabled inmate of the U.S. Bureau of Prisons filed a Rehabilitation Act complaint against the Bureau in the U.S. District Court of Central California. The plaintiff alleged that the Bureau of Prisons had denied him necessary accommodations under the Act and had also infringed upon his First, Fifth, and Eighth Amendment rights. In 2016, the parties reached a settlement under the guidance of a mediator magistrate judge, but the terms of the settlement are unknown. The district court closed the case in 2017.
View Case Detail (PC-CA-0077)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 2, 2019
Ryan v. ICE
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 1:19-cv-11003 (D. Mass.)
IM-MA-0017
In April 2019, two District Attorneys in Massachusetts and two public interest organizations filed this suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. The plaintiffs alleged that ICE's practice of conducting civil arrests inside state courthouses violated their common-law privilege against such arrests and Tenth Amendment Rights. In June 2019, Judge Indira Talwani granted the plaintiffs' Motion for Preliminary Injunction and enjoined ICE from continuing with this practice. The order for Preliminary Injunction is currently pending appeal in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.
View Case Detail (IM-MA-0017)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 2, 2019
England v. Delaware County Sheriff
Case Category: Jail Conditions
Trial Docket: 4:09-cv-00407-JHP -TLW (N.D. Okla.)
JC-OK-0009
In 2009, former inmates at the Delaware County Jail filed a lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Oklahoma. The plaintiffs alleged that the Sheriff's Office of Delaware County was guilty of rape, sodomy, sexual battery, and blackmail. The alleged negligence and misconduct of jailers deprived inmates of their the Fourth, Fifth, and Fourteenth Amendments Rights. The parties reached a settlement in 2011 for monetary damages. The case closed in May 2012.
View Case Detail (JC-OK-0009)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 2, 2019
Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project v. Barr
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 1:19-cv-06443-JMF (S.D.N.Y.)
IM-NY-0068
In 2019, multiple non-profit organizations filed a suit against Attorney General William Barr, the directors of Homeland Security and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and other U.S. officials. The plaintiffs sought declaratory injunctive relief to prevent the deportation of thousands of immigrants seeking asylum. The court dismissed the complaint in August 2019 for lack of jurisdiction.
View Case Detail (IM-NY-0068)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 2, 2019
Chen v. Western Digital Corporation
Case Category: Equal Employment
Trial Docket: 8:19-cv-00909 (C.D. Cal.)
EE-CA-0362
In May 2019, female employees of Western Digital, a major computer data storage company, filed this class action complaint in the Central District of California. The plaintiff alleged that the defendant engaged in discriminatory pay, promotion, and job placement policies based on gender, violating Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Pay Act, and the Fair Labor Standards Act. The plaintiff filed a proposed settlement agreement, unopposed by the defendants, that granted damages to members of the class and programmatic relief to remedy the alleged discriminatory practices. The case is ongoing.
View Case Detail (EE-CA-0362)


CASE ADDITIONS
October 2, 2019
Stafford v. Carter
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 1:17-cv-00289 (S.D. Ind.)
PC-IN-0024
In 2017, prisoners of Pendleton Correctional Facility filed this class action complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana. The plaintiffs alleged that employees of Indiana Department of Corrections denied inmates of life saving medical treatment for Hepatitis C virus in violation of their Eighth and Fourteenth Amendment Rights. Plaintiffs sought relief in the form of Hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment, compensatory damages and punitive damages for claims under the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments, and for attorney fees, expenses, and costs. As of October 8, 2019, the parties were finalizing a settlement agreement and the case was ongoing.
View Case Detail (PC-IN-0024)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 30, 2019
Irish International Immigrant Center, Inc. v. Cuccinelli
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 1:19-cv-11880-IT (D. Mass.)
IM-MA-0018
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (IM-MA-0018)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 29, 2019
Palacios v. Sessions
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 3:18-cv-00026 (W.D.N.C.)
IM-NC-0004
In early 2018, two immigrants detained North Carolina filed this putative class action complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of North Carolina. The plaintiffs alleged that three Immigration Judges violated their Fifth Amendment Due Process rights by refusing to exercise jurisdiction over bond hearing requests filed while the plaintiffs were held in the Mecklenburg County Jail Central. The District Court judge dismissed the complaint for lack of subject matter jurisdiction and denied the plaintiff’s motion to certify the class. In late 2018, the plaintiffs appealed the District Judge’s ruling. The parties are scheduled to appear for oral argument at the end of 2019.
View Case Detail (IM-NC-0004)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 29, 2019
District of Columbia and Maryland v. Trump
Case Category: Presidential Authority
Trial Docket: 8:17-cv-01596-PJM (D. Md.)
PR-MD-0001
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (PR-MD-0001)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 28, 2019
Allen v. New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 7:19-cv-08173-UA (S.D.N.Y.)
PC-NY-0073
In September 2019, 18 prisoners sued the New York Department of Corrections alleging that a medications policy violated the Eighth Amendment. The plaintiffs sought compensation for pain and suffering, as well as an injunctions against the prison's practices. The case is ongoing.
View Case Detail (PC-NY-0073)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 28, 2019
J.E.C.M. v. Lloyd
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 1:18-cv-00903-LMB-MSN (E.D. Va.)
IM-VA-0007
In 2018, individual minor plaintiffs from Honduras and Guatemala sued the Office of Refugee Resettlement, US Customs and Border Protection, and the directors of two juvenile detention centers for violations of the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act, the Administrative Procedure Act, their due process rights, and for writs of habeas corpus. While claims of individual plaintiffs have been dismissed as those plaintiffs are released from custody, the court certified a class of detained minors and the case is ongoing.
View Case Detail (IM-VA-0007)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 27, 2019
Hardeman v. Curran
Case Category: Jail Conditions
Trial Docket: 1:17-CV-08729 (N.D. Ill.)
JC-IL-0052
In 2017, pretrial inmates at Lake County Adult Correctional Facility filed this class action complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois. The Plaintiffs alleged that by shutting down the water in the facility for three days without notice, their due process rights under the 8th and 14th Amendments had been violated. In 2018, Defendants appealed to the 7th Circuit the decision denying them qualified immunity. The 7th Circuit affirmed the district court's decision to reject the defense. As of September 2019, the case is ongoing.
View Case Detail (JC-IL-0052)


CLEARINGHOUSE LINKS TO EXTERNAL RESOURCES
September 26, 2019
SUMMARY OF SETTLEMENTS BETWEEN CIVIL RIGHTS ADVOCATES AND FACEBOOK
ACLU
Date: May 2019
By: ACLU
View Link Detail  


CLEARINGHOUSE LINKS TO EXTERNAL RESOURCES
September 26, 2019
Facebook Lets Advertisers Exclude Users by Race
ProPublica
Date: October 2016
By: Julia Angwin and Terry Parris Jr. (ProPublica)
View Link Detail  


CASE ADDITIONS
September 26, 2019
United States v. Baltimore County
Case Category: Equal Employment
Trial Docket: 1:19-cv-02465-ADC (D. Md.)
EE-MD-0152
The United States sued Baltimore County seeking to enjoin the use of discriminatory exams used by the county police department in their hiring process. The case is ongoing.
View Case Detail (EE-MD-0152)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 26, 2019
EEOC v. G. A. HOFLER CONSTRUCTION, LLC
Case Category: Equal Employment
Trial Docket: 2:04-cv-00582-HCM (E.D. Va.)
EE-VA-0040
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed a complaint on behalf of a female employee against G.A. Hofler Construction, LLC in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, Norfolk. Under Title VII, 42 U.S.C. § 2000e, the female employee claimed that she had suffered job discrimination on the basis of sex. Due to procedural issues including improper service of Motion for Default on the Defendant, Judge Henry C. Morgan dismissed the Plaintiff’s action without prejudice on January 31st, 2006.
View Case Detail (EE-VA-0040)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 26, 2019
Reynolds v. Arnone
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 3:13-cv-01465-SRU (D. Conn.)
PC-CT-0020
Summary/Abstract not yet on record
View Case Detail (PC-CT-0020)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 26, 2019
Harvard v. Inch
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 4:19-cv-00212-MW-CAS (N.D. Fla.)
PC-FL-0032
In 2019, prisoners under the Florida Department of Corrections filed this class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Florida. The plaintiffs alleged that the Florida Department of Corrections’ use of solitary confinement was excessive, unnecessary, and harmful to prisoners’ health, and a violation of the Eighth Amendment, Fourteenth Amendment, Americans with Disabilities Act, and Rehabilitation Act. The lawsuit is ongoing.
View Case Detail (PC-FL-0032)


CASE ADDITIONS
September 23, 2019
Ndambi v. CoreCivic
Case Category: Immigration and/or the Border
Trial Docket: 1:18-cv-03521 (D. Md.)
IM-MD-0011
In 2018, three immigrants detained at Cibola County Correctional Center sued the company owning the center, CoreCivic, Inc. The plaintiffs alleged that they were not fairly compensated for the work they performed while detained, as they received less than the federally mandated minimum wage stipulated by the Fair Labor Standards Act and the New Mexico Minimum Wage Act. The defendants’ Motion for Conditional Certification is pending, as well as the defendant’s Motion to Dismiss which hinges on the immigrant’s lack of employee status due to their custodial state.
View Case Detail (IM-MD-0011)


CLEARINGHOUSE LINKS TO EXTERNAL RESOURCES
September 14, 2019
Officials Agree To Cap Population at D.C. Jail
https://www.prisonlegalnews.org/news/2009/feb/15/officials-agree-to-cap-population-at-dc-jail/
Date: February 2009
By: Michael Rigby (Prison Legal News)
View Link Detail  


CASE STUDIES
August 10, 2019
"Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: Law & Practice"
Date: May 2019
By: Alba Conte
View Case Study Detail  


CLEARINGHOUSE LINKS TO EXTERNAL RESOURCES
August 3, 2019
The Last Chapter in the Crowley Prison Riot Litigation
https://www.triallawyerscollege.org/blog/the-last-chapter-in-the-crowley-prison-riot-litigation-by-bill-trine/
Date: July 2013
By: Bill Trine (Trial Lawyers College Blog)
View Link Detail  


CASE ADDITIONS
August 3, 2019
U.S. CRIPA investigation of Clark County Detention Center
Case Category: Jail Conditions
Trial Docket: (No Court)
JC-NV-0004
The Department of Justice investigated unsafe and unsanitary conditions in a Nevada detention center and required the County to provide better housing, medical treatment, and mental health services.
View Case Detail (JC-NV-0004)


CASE ADDITIONS
August 3, 2019
Yale University v. Connecticut State Codes and Standards Committee
Case Category: Education
Trial Docket: HHB-CV-17-6038904-S (State Court)
ED-CT-0006
In December 2016, Yale University requested an exemption from Connecticut's building code, which required there be a minimum number of bathrooms in buildings for women and men, excluding gender-neutral bathrooms. After their request was denied by the Connecticut Codes and Standards Committee, Yale filed an administrative appeal on June 23, 2017 in the State of Connecticut Superior Court Judicial District of New Haven. Yale sought an order permitting their gender-neutral bathrooms be counted to the minimum required bathrooms. The Governor Dannel Malloy intervened to grant Yale's request. The appeal was withdrawn on January 18, 2018 and the case was closed. In October 2018, Connecticut updated their building code such that single-user bathroom facilities for use by any person would count towards the minimum required bathrooms.
View Case Detail (ED-CT-0006)


CASE ADDITIONS
August 3, 2019
Settlement Agreement between the United States of America and Genesis Healthcare System under the Americans with Disabilities Act
Case Category: Disability Rights-Pub. Accom.
Trial Docket: (No Court)
DR-OH-0003
A woman with HIV filed a complaint with the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice against Genesis Healthcare Systems alleging that she was discriminated against based on her disability, in violation of Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). She alleged that in April 2013 one of Genesis’ primary care physicians refused to accept her as a new patient because of her HIV. On January 15, 2015, the DOJ and Genesis reached a settlement agreement requiring Genesis to pay the complainant $25,000, pay a $9,000 civil penalty, develop non-discrimination policies, and report to the DOJ each time a person with HIV was denied health care. The agreement remained in effect until January 15, 2018. No further issues were reported and this case appears closed.
View Case Detail (DR-OH-0003)


CASE ADDITIONS
August 3, 2019
U.S. CRIPA Investigation of Western State Hospital (VA)
Case Category: Mental Health (Facility)
Trial Docket: (No Court)
MH-VA-0003
In 1998, the DOJ opened an investigation of the Western State Hospital, a state mental health facility in Staunton, Virginia. At the same time, Pennsylvania and Western State was developing a plan of correction to fix the conditions at Western State. The DOJ issued a findings letter in October 1999 and concluded a number of practices and inadequate staffing resulted in: inadequate mental health and medical treatment; inappropriate use of restraints and seclusion; unsafe conditions; and inadequate discharge planning. The report suggested Western State reform its treatment process, discontinue certain restraint and seclusion practices, and increase its staffing. It appears that Western State implemented its plan of correction and the DOJ declined to file a complaint in response to these allegations. The DOJ closed the investigation on September 5, 2003.
View Case Detail (MH-VA-0003)


CASE ADDITIONS
August 3, 2019
Abrahamson v. Corrections Corporation of America
Case Category: Prison Conditions
Trial Docket: 2006 CV 8 (State Court)
PC-CO-0033
Prisoners in a private prison sued the Corrections Corporation of America for negligence that caused a riot in which they were injured. The approximately 200 plaintiffs settled their claims for a total of $600,000
View Case Detail (PC-CO-0033)


CLEARINGHOUSE LINKS TO EXTERNAL RESOURCES
August 2, 2019
Project Civic Access Fact Sheet
https://www.ada.gov/civicfac.htm
Date: August 2019
(Department of Justice)
View Link Detail  


CASE ADDITIONS
August 2, 2019
United States and Washington County Agreement
Case Category: Disability Rights-Pub. Accom.
Trial Docket: (No Court)
DR-UT-0002
The Department of Justice reached a settlement agreement with Washington County, Utah, that required the County to reform its hiring and policing practices and modify its polling places and buildings to comply with the ADA.
View Case Detail (DR-UT-0002)