In this federal class action, the ACLU is seeking an injunction directing the Georgia Department of Community Supervision to immediately provide qualified American Sign Language interpreters, auxiliary aids and services, and reasonable modifications to people who are deaf or hard of hearing who are on probation or parole.
The ACLU of Georgia filed a motion on behalf of Charles “Skip” Eckartz, a 63-year-old disabled Vietnam veteran, to waive the nearly $9,000 in fines and fees of his probation. Mr. Eckartz and his wife survive on a fixed monthly income of $966, which comes from Social Security and VA disability benefits.
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to The governor, his chief of staff, and the Georgia Building Authority (GBA) to urge an immediate end to government censorship of Liberty Plaza.
Letter to Liberty County School System Demanding Immediate Cancelation of the Suspension of Student Protester
On March 7, 2018, the ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to Bradwell Institute and the Liberty County School System
Letters to Barrow County Sheriff’s Office Urges Canceling Inflammatory, Hateful, And Potentially Unconstitutional “Training Course” Titled “Islam In America”
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to Gwinnett County election officials and all county elections officials throughout the state demanding that they stop rejecting absentee ballots solely based on missing birthdate information.