Colorado Rights Blog

Videos

  • Executive Director Nathan Woodliff-Stanley spoke at the marriage equality rally on March 3rd

  • Leisel Kemp, whose brother Jason was killed by CSP after they entered his home without a warrant, spoke at the 2013 Bill of Rights Dinner about the ACLU’s legal advocacy on behalf of her family.

  • Out of Sight, Out of Mind is an original short film from the ACLU of Colorado about a man who has spent 17 years in solitary confinement and now suffers from debilitating mental illness.

  • A small sampling of the many Coloradans who are grateful to our legislators for making civil unions happen last year.

Immigrants’ Rights

The Constitution guarantees the fundamental rights of due process and equal protection to every person in this country, regardless of their immigration status.

Upholding the rights of the politically disenfranchised is vital; when the government has the power to deny legal rights and due process to one group of people it puts everyone’s rights in danger. The ACLU of Colorado works to uphold the due process and equal protection clauses embodied in our Constitution and Bill of Rights, which apply to every “person,” and are not limited to U.S. citizens. Other immigrants’ rights issues that the ACLU of Colorado works to address include prolonged detention periods, the application of labor laws to non-citizens, and violations of the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition of warrantless intrusions into private homes.


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Related Cases

ICE Detainers
Garfield County Sheriff Persists in Referring Domestic Violence Victims to ICE
ACLU Urges Roaring Fork School Board to Stop School Resource Officers from Collaborating with ICE

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Related Legislation

SB14-087: Identification Card Issuance Standards
SB14-061: Refer Illegal Aliens To ICE After Conviction
SB13-251: Driver’s License & Identification Documentation