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List of court cases involving the American Civil Liberties Union

 

List of court cases involving the American Civil Liberties Union

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has been involved in the following legal cases, either by representing a party, or filing an amicus brief, or otherwise significantly involved.

Contents

  • 1920s 1
  • 1930s 2
  • 1940s 3
  • 1950s 4
  • 1960s 5
  • 1970s 6
  • 1980s 7
  • 1990s 8
  • 2000s 9
  • 2010s 10
  • Alphabetical 11
  • References 12

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Alphabetical

References

  1. ^ David Andrew Schultz (2009). Encyclopedia of the United States Constitution. Infobase Publishing. p. 420.  
  2. ^ http://www.brennancenter.org/blog/amnesty-v-blair-questions-surveillance-harm-and-standing
  • ACLU list of successes
  • [3] New Hampshire ACLU: "100 greatest ACLU cases"
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