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American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri Records (WUA00355)

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St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files

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Title: American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri Records (WUA00355), 1930-2015Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1950-2000

ID: WUA/06/wua00355

Primary Creator: American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri (ACLU-EM)

Extent: 123.0 Linear Feet

Arrangement:

This collection is divided into series, further broken down into subseries, as described below:

Series 1: St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee Files, 1935 – 1967

Subseries 1: Office Files, 1953-1959.

Subseries 2: Office Files and Cases, 1947-1957

Subseries 3: General Files of the Chairman, 1960-1961 (circa), and 1963-1965.

Subseries 4: Miscellaneous.

Series 2: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1953 – 1981

Subseries 1: Office Files, 1953-1980

Subseries 2: Executive Director files

Subseries 3: ACLU/EM Privacy Project, 1976

Subseries 4: News clippings, 1967-1985.

Subseries 5: Membership and recruitment, 1967-1980

Subseries 6: Publications and pamphlets

Series 3: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1940 – 1991

[not split into subseries] Case files and Subject files, arranged alphabetically.

Series 4: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1959 – 1995

Subseries 1: Administrative and Subject Files (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 2: Cases Files and Master Dockets (arranged alphabetically)

Series 5: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1960 – 2003

Subseries 01: Legal Cases (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 02: Subject Files  (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 03: Board of Director Files (arranged alphabetically)

Series 6: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1985 – 2005

Subseries 1: Subject Files (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 2: Case files (arranged alphabetically)

Series 7: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1984 – 2008

Subseries 1: Legal Cases (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 2: Subject Files (arranged alphabetically)

Series 8: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1994-2012

Subseries 1: Legal Cases (arranged alphabetically)

Series 9: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 2000-2015

Subseries 1: Legal Cases (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 2: Subject Files (arranged alphabetically)

Subseries 3: Websites (all digital content)

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This collection contains the records of the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri (ACLU-MO).  Items in the collection include office files, promotional materials, memos, reports, financial documents, articles, conference materials, and other materials that document the history and operations of the organization, previously known as the St. Louis Civil Liberties Commitee (SLCLC) 1920 - 1968, and American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri (ACLU/EM), 1968 – 2013.

Each series in this collection corresponds to an accession (or transfer) of records. Significant overlap in topics and dates is found in each series.

Collection Historical Note

The national American Civil Liberties Union was formed in January 1920 largely through the efforts of Roger Baldwin, who began his career in St. Louis. 

Baldwin moved to St. Louis from Boston in the fall of 1906 to be the first director of Self Culture Hall, a neighborhood settlement house founded by the Ethical Culture Society.  In addition to this position, Baldwin gave the first course in sociology at Washington University.  Along with his involvement in urban reform; he served as secretary of the St. Louis Civic League, an organization of urban progressives, Baldwin counseled pacifism at the outbreak of the First World War in Europe.  "When I read of the British conscientious objectors in the war", he recalled, "I knew I was one of them."  In 1916 he joined the St. Louis affiliate of the American Union Against Militarism (AUAM) and in the spring of 1917 Baldwin resigned his position with the Civic League and moved to New York in order to donate his services to the AUAM national directing committee.

In May, 1917 Baldwin organized the Bureau for Conscientious Objectors as a sub-agency of the AUAM to advise objectors about legal technicalities and in other ways provide legal or economic assistance.  Due to ideological differences, Baldwin's organization broke away from the AUAM and became the National Civil Liberties Bureau (NCLB) an independent association, in 1917.  In the fall of 1918, just as the war was about to end, Baldwin went to prison for eight months for violating the draft law.  Following his release from prison in late 1919, Baldwin began a reorganization of the NCLB.  Taking a broader scope than before, he sought to serve those directly involved in the labor struggle and those  who stood on general principles for freedom of expression. Baldwin's efforts resulted in the organization of the American Civil Liberties Union in January, 1920.

The St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee (SLCLC) was formed May 7, 1920  when Roger Baldwin visited St. Louis and  oganized a “branch of the American Civil Liberties Union” with a small group of St. Louisans.  The SLCLC's 1936 constitution lists its purposes as: the furtherance of the cause of freedom of speech, writing, publication, assembly and thought by all legitimate means; the protection of the legal rights of individuals in respect to such instances as may be deemed worthy; the promotion or opposition of legislation and other official action bearing upon civil liberties; and cooperation to the fullest extent possible with the American Civil Liberties Union in such of its activities as meet with the approval of the SLCLC.

The StLCLC changed its name to the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri (ACLU/EM) in 1968.  In 1971 the position of Executive Director was created to head up the workings of the ACLU/EM.  The Board of Trustees conducts the affairs of the affiliate, and officers of the affiliate consisted of a President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer. 

On Oct. 1, 2013, the ACLU-EM became the ACLU of Missouri and has responsibility for the entire state.

Background material from:

Johnson, Donald.  The Challenge to American Freedoms (University of Kentucky Press, 1963)

Donohue, William A. The Politics of the American Civil Liberties Union.  (Transaction Books, 1985)

Lamson, Peggy. Roger Baldwin: Founder of the American Civil Liberties Union.  (Houghton Mifflin, 1976)

Administrative Information

Repository: WUA University Archives

Accruals: Accruals are filed at the end as additional series.

Access Restrictions:

Series 1, 2, and 3 are open to researchers without restriction.

*Series 4 and beyond have additional restrictions.

*Files are closed to use for 25 years (after their creation), except with written permission of the Executive Director, ACLU of Eastern Missouri. Researchers should contact the Archives staff for further information regarding this process.

Use Restrictions:

Users of the collection must read and agree to abide by the rules and procedures set forth in the Materials Use Policies.

Providing access to materials does not constitute permission to publish or otherwise authorize use. All publication not covered by fair use or other exceptions is restricted to those who have permission of the copyright holder, which may or may not be Washington University.

If you wish to publish or license Special Collections materials, please contact Special Collections to inquire about copyright status at (314) 935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu. (Publish means quotation in whole or in part in seminar or term papers, theses or dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms, photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other form prepared for a limited or general public.)

Acquisition Method: This material was donated to the University Archives at various times.

Preferred Citation: [Item description]. From the [collection title, series, box, folder]. University Archives, Washington University in St. Louis.

Processing Information: Processed by Archives Staff; Updated by Miranda Rectenwald in 2007 and 2010. Series 7 processed by Lesley Zavediuk in Spring 2011. Finding aid updated by Meg Tuomala in November 2012. Series 8 processed by ACLU/EM staff in Summer 2013.

Finding Aid Revision History: This finding aid was entered into Archon by Hannah Barg in June 2012. Updated by Miranda Rectenwald in 2017. Updated by Sarah Schnuriger in February 2019.


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[Series 1: St. Louis Civil Liberties Committee Files, 1935 - 1968],
[Series 2: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1953 - 1985],
[Series 3: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1940 - 1991],
[Series 4: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1959 - 1995],
[Series 5: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1960 - 2003],
[Series 6: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1985 - 2005],
[Series 7: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1984 - 2008],
[Series 8: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1994 - 2012],
[Series 9: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 2000 - 2015],
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Series 8: ACLU of Eastern Missouri Files, 1994 - 2012Add to your cart.
Arrangement: Arranged alphabetically
Use Restrictions: Files closed for 25 years (after their creation), except with written permission of the Executive Director,
Sub-Series 1: Legal CasesAdd to your cart.
Box 1Add to your cart.
Folder 1: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Plaintiff Frank Ancona is the Imperial Wizard of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK). He sought to rent a pavilion at historic Fort Davidson in Iron County, Missouri for a Ku Klux Klan organization event. Defendants, who are Missouri Division of State Parks officials, denied Ancona's request to use the facilities. Ancona filed this lawsuit challenging the park officials' decision. A temporary restraining order was issued which directed park officials to issue Ancona a permit to use the pavilion subject to all the requirements placed on any organization who rents the pavilion for a similar event. Ancona then filed an amended complaint challenging the Division of State Parks' permit policies. In response to Ancona's concerns, park officials amended and clarified the permit requirements.
Folder 2: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Deposition (1 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Deposition (2 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Deposition (3 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Pleadings (1 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Pleadings (2 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Pleadings (3 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Research (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: FRANK ANCONA v. MARK N. TEMPLETON, et al; Case No. 4:10 CV 626 RWS. - Research (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Box 2Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Discovery (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Summary:  Acting under a written plan to preemptively root out individuals fitting a loose profile the police department described as "anarchists," St Louis City Police Officers at one location made a warrantless entry into a house occupied by several activists, arrested and handcuffed each of them for the crime of "occupying a condemned building," and subjected one woman to an unlawful and humiliating strip search.  At a second location, the police made a warrantless entry and search under the guise of a previous building inspection revealing serious housing violations. The document that allegedly showed the results of the inspection was, by a later admission of the officer who signed it, false and no building violations were discovered.  The aforementioned arrests and searches violated Plaintiffs
Folder 2: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Discovery (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Legal Administrative (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Legal Administrative (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - MediaAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (1 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (2 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (3 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (4 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (5 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (6 of 10)Add to your cart.
Box 3Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (7 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (8 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (9 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Pleadings (10 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Research (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Adam APPEL v. THE CITY of ST. LOUIS; Case # 4:05-CV-7725-NL - Research (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - AppellantsAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Janey Archey, Jamala Rogers, Johnson Lancaster, and Justin M. Stein III ("Appellants") appeal the Judgment of the Circuit Court of Cole County, Missouri ("trial court"), approving the  summary statement of an initiative petition ballot title.  In their sole point on appeal, Appellants assert that the trial court erred in finding that the summary statement certified by the Secretary of State was fair and sufficient. The Appellants brought a challenge to the legal sufficiency of the summary statement of the official ballot title of a proposed initiative petition that would repeal sections 84.010 and 84.220; amend sections 86.200, 86.213,  and  105.726; and enact new sections 84.341, 84.342, 84.343, 84.344, 84.345, 84.346, and 84.347, relating to the establishment of a municipal police force by the City of St. Louis.  The parties submitted the case to the trial court on stipulated facts.  In their sole point on appeal, Appellants contend that the trial court erred in finding that the summary statement contained in the official ballot title was fair and sufficient.  Appellants do not dispute that the summary as prepared is a fair and sufficient summary of provisions in the proposed initiative; instead, they claim that the summary statement  is unfair and insufficient because it inadequately and with bias, prejudice, deception, and favoritism failed to advise voters of two additional consequences of the proposed initiative:  (i) exempting the St. Louis Police Department from application of the Sunshine Law, and (ii) requiring the Director of Revenue to disclose tax information, that is otherwise confidential, to the St. Louis Police Department. Appellant Attorneys:  Anthony E. Rothert and Grant R. Doty, American Civil Liberties of Eastern Missouri. Appellee Attorneys:  Jeremiah Morgan, Assistant Attorney General, Missouri and Marc Ellinger.
Folder 8: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - Pleadings (1 of 6)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - Pleadings (2 of 6)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - Pleadings (3 of 6)Add to your cart.
Box 4Add to your cart.
Folder 1: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - Pleadings (4 of 6)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - Pleadings (5 of 6)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: JANEY ARCHEY v. ROBIN CARNAHAN, MISSOURI SECRETARY OF STATE, Case No. WD75047 - Pleadings (6 of 6)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: EMMANUELL AZIZ et al v. ROBERT N. MAYER et al., Case No. 11AC-CC00439  2011 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Advancement Project, the Fair Elections Legal Network (FELN), the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri and the ACLU of Kansas and Western Missouri today announced a legal challenge to a ballot proposal to amend the state constitution
Folder 5: EMMANUELL AZIZ et al v. ROBERT N. MAYER et al., Case No. 11AC-CC00439  2011 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: MICHAEL BAUER v. JEFFERSON COUNTY, et al. Case No.  4:09-cv-2116 - Deposition (folder 1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Plaintiff Attorneys:  Anthony E. Rothert and Grant R. Doty, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri, and Robert L. King, Korein Tillery, LLC. Defendant Attorneys:  D. Keith Henson, Paule and Camazine, John N. Bourbonus, III, King and Krehbiel, LLC. Summary:  Plaintiff Michael Bauer was arrested in 2009 based on a body attachment that had been withdrawn in 2007 but never removed from the police database. Bauer was held in jail for 37 days without ever being given an opportunity to appear before a judge. When he was eventually taken before a judge, the mistake was immediately discovered and he was released. At the time of his arrest, Bauer was seeking a criminal record check as part of the interview process for a better-paying job. When St. Louis police ran the background check, they discovered the warrant. Although it had been issued by mistake and withdrawn years earlier, it appeared valid in police databases. While he sat in jail waiting for an appearance before a judge, Bauer lost his job and his apartment. Discovery in the case revealed that Bauer was one of nearly 500 people a year were being held for weeks in the Jefferson County jail without seeing a judge. Officials have now admitted that this policy is unconstitutional.
Folder 7: MICHAEL BAUER v. JEFFERSON COUNTY, et al. Case No.  4:09-cv-2116 - Deposition (folder 2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: MICHAEL BAUER v. JEFFERSON COUNTY, et al. Case No.  4:09-cv-2116 - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: MICHAEL BAUER v. JEFFERSON COUNTY, et al. Case No.  4:09-cv-2116 - File NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: MICHAEL BAUER v. JEFFERSON COUNTY, et al. Case No.  4:09-cv-2116 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: MICHAEL BAUER v. JEFFERSON COUNTY, et al. Case No.  4:09-cv-2116 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Box 5Add to your cart.
Folder 1: MICHAEL BAUER v. JEFFERSON COUNTY, et al. Case No.  4:09-cv-2116 - Pleadings (folder 1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: MICHAEL BAUER v. JEFFERSON COUNTY, et al. Case No.  4:09-cv-2116 - Pleadings (folder 2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Andrea BECHTEL v. STATE OF MISSOURI, Case # 07-CC-2460 and SC89416 (Missouri Supreme Court) - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Summary: The Missouri Supreme Court found that a Missouri statute that prevents persons who have been appointed guardians because of mental disabilities from receiving in-home care services violates federal anti-discrimination statutes. The American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri represented Andrea Bechtel, a Valley Park woman who requires assistance with her activities of daily living because of her physical disabilities. The state had provided her personal care services in her home, but she was kicked out of the program in 2005 after the legislature amended the statute to exclude persons who have a guardian. The statute in question was enacted in 2005 as part of an overhaul of the state
Physical Description: Topics: Disability rights
Folder 4: CURTIS BRAND V. CUBA POLICE DEPARTMENT, ACLU Case No. 531 - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Summary: Rolla Attorney Herman Guetersloh seeks ACLU backing in litigation challenging excessive force by the Rolla Police Department, after an officer shot Curtis Brand in the back as he fled a misdemeanor DWO stop in his car in June 2002.  He was shot from behind and the bullet went through the rear glass of Brand
Folder 5: CHRISTINE BREDENKOETTER v. CITY OF FLORISSANT, MISSOURI et al. Case No. 4:11CV6 RWS. - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Christine Breden Koetter and her husband Andrew Podleski are longtime residents of the City of Florissant. Podleski is a Florissant City Council member and a mayoral candidate. In November, Christine put a sign in their yard that read "Elect Andrew Podleski Mayor." She placed the sign in response to the incumbent mayor
Folder 6: CHRISTINE BREDENKOETTER v. CITY OF FLORISSANT, MISSOURI et al. Case No. 4:11CV6 RWS. - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: CHRISTINE BREDENKOETTER v. CITY OF FLORISSANT, MISSOURI et al. Case No. 4:11CV6 RWS. - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: CARROLL v. FORT ZUMWALT SCHOOL DISTRICT, (ACLU Case No. 530)  October, 1997 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary: Sue Carroll alleges that the Fort Zumwalt School District is not making reasonable accommodations for her 6 year old son, Louis, who has been diagnosed with MCS.  MCS is recognized by the ADA.  Louis plays softball but in order to control his MCS, he must play in areas that are free of pesticides, insecticides, and fertilizers.  Ms. Carroll charges that the school district has refused to accommodate her son
Physical Description: Topics: Disability rights
Folder 9: MADELINE COBURN, et al, APPELLANTS, v. ROBERT N. MAYER, et al, RESPONDENT. Case No.  WD75097 - AppellantsAdd to your cart.

Summary:  On May 10, 2011, the General Assembly passed House Joint Resolution 2 (HJR 2), which refers to voters a state-wide ballot measure that, if passed, would adopt a proposed constitutional amendment concerning article I, section 5 of the Missouri Constitution.  Article I, section 5, which provides for religious freedom and liberty of conscience and belief, is one of three sections in the Missouri  Constitution that address religion.  The proposed constitutional amendment would repeal article I, section 5 of the Missouri Constitution and adopt in its place a new article I, section 5 that restates the existing language and adds new language. Pursuant to Section 116.155.1,2 the General Assembly included an official summary statement for the proposed amendment.  The General Assembly's official summary statement reads: " Shall the Missouri Constitution be amended to ensure:  That the right of Missouri citizens to express their religious  beliefs shall not be infringed;  That school children have the right to pray and acknowledge  God voluntarily in their schools; and  That all public schools shall display the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution."

The Secretary of State certified the General Assembly's summary statement. In their sole point on appeal, Plaintiffs contend the General Assembly's official summary statement for the ballot measure is insufficient and unfair because it deceives and misleads voters about the purpose and effects of the proposed amendment.  Plaintiffs assert the summary statement should advise voters that the amendment will repeal prisoners' rights for religious expression and create a negative right for students to refrain from participating in school assignments or presentations. Appellant attorneys:  Anthony E. Rothert and Grant R. Doty, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri, Douglas S. Bonney, American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas and Western Missouri, and Daniel Mach of the ACLU Program on Religion and Belief. Respondent Attorney:  James R. Layton, Solicitor General, Jeremiah Morgan, Deputy Solicitor General, John Reeves, Assistant Attorney General.

Folder 10: MADELINE COBURN, et al, APPELLANTS, v. ROBERT N. MAYER, et al, RESPONDENT. Case No.  WD75097 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: MADELINE COBURN, et al, APPELLANTS, v. ROBERT N. MAYER, et al, RESPONDENT. Case No.  WD75097 - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: MADELINE COBURN, et al, APPELLANTS, v. ROBERT N. MAYER, et al, RESPONDENT. Case No.  WD75097 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: MADELINE COBURN, et al, APPELLANTS, v. ROBERT N. MAYER, et al, RESPONDENT. Case No.  WD75097 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: MADELINE COBURN, et al, APPELLANTS, v. ROBERT N. MAYER, et al, RESPONDENT. Case No.  WD75097 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - DepositionsAdd to your cart.

Plaintiff Attorneys:  Anthony E. Rothert, American Civil Union of Eastern Missouri, Daniel Kuehnert. Defendant Attorney: Ashley L. Narsutis, Hinshaw and Culbertson, LLP

Summary:  A lawsuit was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri on behalf of fourteen voters in the Community Improvement District. The voters claimed that Missouri

Folder 2: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (1 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (2 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (3 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (4 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (5 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (6 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (7 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (8 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (9 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Noel A. DAY v. ROBINWOOD WEST COMMUNITY IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT, Case No. 4:08-cv-01888-ERW - Research (10 of 10)Add to your cart.
Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Jane Doe, et al, Plaintiffs, v. SOUTH IRON R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al, Defendants. Case No. 4:06-CV-392-CDP - AffidavitAdd to your cart.
Summary: Appeal to Lonney ROARK, et al, (Plaintiffs, v. SOUTH IRON R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al, Defendants.) Plaintiff Attorneys: Lenny Frankel, Frankel, Rubin, Bond, Dubin, Sigel, and Klein, P.C. and James Felakos and Anthony E. Rothert, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri. Defendant attorneys:  Mathew D Staver, Liberty Counsel, Maitland, FL,  Stephen M. Crampton, Liberty Counsel, Lynchburg, VA.
Folder 2: Jane Doe, et al, Plaintiffs, v. SOUTH IRON R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al, Defendants. Case No. 4:06-CV-392-CDP - Amicus CuriaeAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Jane Doe, et al, Plaintiffs, v. SOUTH IRON R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al, Defendants. Case No. 4:06-CV-392-CDP - Appeal (folder 1 of 2)Add to your cart.
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Folder 12: JOHN DOE v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No. 4:10-cv-2158 - Affidavit (folder 1 of 3), 2010 - 2012Add to your cart.
Summary:  ACLU-EM filed a civil suit against the City of St. Louis and Correctional Medical Services (CMS), the medical provider for the city jails. Filed on behalf of an HIV-positive inmate at the Medium Security Institute in St. Louis, the lawsuit cites life-threatening deliberate indifference to a serious medical condition. The inmate was incarcerated in late winter of this year, and for the first sixteen days of his incarceration was denied the lifesaving medication for which he has a daily prescription. During that period he was given only Tylenol, despite repeated attempts by him, a friend, and his doctor to re-establish his prescribed medical regime. At the end of that initial sixteen-day period, while he started to receive his prescriptions, the inmate endured repeated and substantial periods of time during which his full prescription regime was not administered. Such a denial of adequate treatment can have dramatic and negative health consequences and can ultimately prove fatal to HIV-positive persons, who can quickly build resistance to medications that are not continuously taken. Plaintiff Attorneys:  Anthony E. Rothert and Grant R. Doty, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri. Defendant Attorneys:  Jessica L. Liss and Channeka S. Buckingham, Jackson Lewis, LLP.
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: HIV / AIDS
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Folder 1: Ann Dulany, et al., Plaintiffs v. Mel Carnahan, et al., Defendants; Case # 95-4212-CV-C-2 - AffidavitAdd to your cart.
Summary: Class action suit involving the Renz Correctional Center and the Chillicothe Correctional Center regarding failure to provide necessary care for serious medical needs. Plaintiff Attorney: Sindel, Richard H. of Sindel and Sindel and Jones, Mohamed
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: prisioner rights, health care.
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Folder 11: EHOC v. ELDORADO ESTATES MOBILE PARK, ACLU Case # 531, 2002 - ComplaintsAdd to your cart.
Summary: This is an action seeking declaratory relief, equitable relief and damages with respect to violation of Plaintiff
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Folder 14: EASTERN MISSOURI COALITION OF POLICE, FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE, LODGE 7 v. CITY OF UNIVERSITY CITY. Case No.  SC91737 - Amicus CuriaeAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Amicus Brief. As interpreted by this Court, Article I,
Folder 15: EASTERN MISSOURI COALITION OF POLICE, FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE, LODGE 7 v. CITY OF UNIVERSITY CITY. Case No.  SC91737 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: EASTERN MISSOURI COALITION OF POLICE, FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE, LODGE 7 v. CITY OF UNIVERSITY CITY. Case No.  SC91737 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: MEGAN FENNER, f/k/a MICHAEL FENNER v. MISSOURI COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Case No.  08AC-CC00136 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Plaintiff filed complaint with defendant regarding sexual orientation discrimination on the part of plaintiff
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: workplace discrimination, trangender / trans rights
Folder 18: MEGAN FENNER, f/k/a MICHAEL FENNER v. MISSOURI COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Case No.  08AC-CC00136 - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 19: MEGAN FENNER, f/k/a MICHAEL FENNER v. MISSOURI COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Case No.  08AC-CC00136 - Legal AdministrationAdd to your cart.
Folder 20: MEGAN FENNER, f/k/a MICHAEL FENNER v. MISSOURI COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS Case No.  08AC-CC00136 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 21: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  While in custody at the Washington County, Missouri jail, Gary Gieselman was severely beaten by inmates at the direction of defendants Vernon Wilson and Valeria Wilson Jackson, correctional officers of the jail. Both of these defendants have been convicted in this Court for their role in the attack on Gieselman.  Judgment awarded to plaintiff.  Plaintiff attorneys withdrew prior to plaintiff
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: Prisoner rights
Folder 22: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Deposition (1 of 6)Add to your cart.
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Folder 26: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Deposition (5 of 6)Add to your cart.
Folder 27: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Deposition (6 of 6)Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (1 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (2 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (3 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (4 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (5 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (6 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (7 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (8 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (9 of 13)Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (10 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (11 of 13)Add to your cart.
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Folder 4: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Discovery (13 of 13)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Legal Research (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Legal Research (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Pleadings (1 of 4)Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Pleadings (4 of 4)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Research (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: GARY GIESELMAN v. VALERIA WILSON JACKSON, et al. Case:  4:10-cv-01619-JAR - Research (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Margaret GILLEO v. CITY OF LADUE, Case # 90-2396-C-7 - BriefsAdd to your cart.
Summary: Case regarding whether a municipal ordinance barring a citizen from displaying a small sign at her own home, expressing her views on an important public issue, violates the First Amendment, especially where the ordinance allows other signs, both commercial and noncommercial. Plaintiff Attorney: Gerald P. Greiman; Defendant Attorneys:  Jordan Cherick, Jay Summerville.
Folder 5: Margaret GILLEO v. CITY OF LADUE, Case # 90-2396-C-7 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Margaret GILLEO v. CITY OF LADUE, Case # 90-2396-C-7 - MediaAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Margaret GILLEO v. CITY OF LADUE, Case # 90-2396-C-7 - Pleadings (1 of 6)Add to your cart.
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Folder 11: Margaret GILLEO v. CITY OF LADUE, Case # 90-2396-C-7 - Pleadings (5 of 6)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Margaret GILLEO v. CITY OF LADUE, Case # 90-2396-C-7 - Pleadings (6 of 6)Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: WINDHOVER INC. AND JACQUELINE GRAY v. CITY OF VALLEY PARK, MISSOURI. Case No. 07-cv-881 ERW - Amicus CuriaeAdd to your cart.
Summary:  The ACLU of Eastern Missouri represents Jacqueline Gray in her challenge to the City of Valley Park, MO ordinances that regulate immigration. Despite the state court finding that their housing and business ordinances were unconstitutional, the City of Valley Park enacted new versions of both ordinances. Challenge, filed again on behalf of Jacqueline Gray, was removed by the City to federal court. After motion for preliminary injunction was fully briefed, the City decided to repeal its ordinance relating to housing. Plaintiff Attorneys:  Daniel J. Hurtado and Gabriel A. Fuentes, Jenner and Block, LLP, Anthony E. Rothert, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri, Fernando Burmudez, Green, Jacobson, and Butsch, P.C. and Omar C. Jadwat, American Civil Liberties Union, Immigrants
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Folder 3: WINDHOVER INC. AND JACQUELINE GRAY v. CITY OF VALLEY PARK, MISSOURI. Case No. 07-cv-881 ERW - Appellant Brief (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
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Folder 6: WINDHOVER INC. AND JACQUELINE GRAY v. CITY OF VALLEY PARK, MISSOURI. Case No. 07-cv-881 ERW - Deposition (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: WINDHOVER INC. AND JACQUELINE GRAY v. CITY OF VALLEY PARK, MISSOURI. Case No. 07-cv-881 ERW - Deposition (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: WINDHOVER INC. AND JACQUELINE GRAY v. CITY OF VALLEY PARK, MISSOURI. Case No. 07-cv-881 ERW - Discovery (4 of 12)Add to your cart.
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Folder 10: WINDHOVER INC. AND JACQUELINE GRAY v. CITY OF VALLEY PARK, MISSOURI. Case No. 07-cv-881 ERW - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: WINDHOVER INC. AND JACQUELINE GRAY v. CITY OF VALLEY PARK, MISSOURI. Case No. 07-cv-881 ERW - Pleadings (1 of 3)Add to your cart.
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Folder 5: BRADY L. GRUHN v. ST. LOUIS COUNTY, Case No. ACLU 532, 100705663 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Brady Gruhm was cited for violating a county ordinance: "Passenger Limitations - No person shall drive a motor vehicle which has more than three (3) persons over the age of sixteen (16) years in the front seat. No person shall extend any body parts outside the vehicle, except the hand and arm for signaling purposes only."  Mr. Gruhm, according to the citation, violated the ordinance by raising his middle finger to other drivers.  We suspect that the ordinance is selectively enforced and that Mr. Gruhm was cited only because of the content of his expression.  In July, the committee approved representation of an individual charged with violating Ballwin
Folder 6: RICKY GURLEY, APPELLANT v. MISSOURI BOARD OF PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR EXAMINERS, ET AL., RESPONDENTS, Case No. Amicus Brief, SC91741 - Amicus CuriaeAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Amicus brief in appeal before the Missouri Supreme Court challenging the statutes and regulations creating the Missouri Board of Private Investigator Examiners are unconstitutional -- amicus brief addressing standing requirements to make an over breadth challenge and the burden of proof in cases challenging the constitutionality of a statute that restrict speech. Appellant Attorneys:  Jason O. Barnes, and Anthony E. Rothert of the American Civil Liberties of Eastern Missouri. Respondent Attorneys:  Chris Koster, Attorney General, and Jonathan M. Hensley, Assistant Attorney General.
Folder 7: RICKY GURLEY, APPELLANT v. MISSOURI BOARD OF PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR EXAMINERS, ET AL., RESPONDENTS, Case No. Amicus Brief, SC91741 - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: RICKY GURLEY, APPELLANT v. MISSOURI BOARD OF PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR EXAMINERS, ET AL., RESPONDENTS, Case No. Amicus Brief, SC91741 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: RICKY GURLEY, APPELLANT v. MISSOURI BOARD OF PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR EXAMINERS, ET AL., RESPONDENTS, Case No. Amicus Brief, SC91741 - MediaAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: RICKY GURLEY, APPELLANT v. MISSOURI BOARD OF PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR EXAMINERS, ET AL., RESPONDENTS, Case No. Amicus Brief, SC91741 - PleadingAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: SAMUEL J. HOWARD v. MARK J. KRAUSE, et al. Case No.  2:12-cv-4049 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Plaintiff Attorneys:  Anthony E. Rothert and Grant R. Doty, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri. Defendant Attorneys:  Chris Koster, Attorney General and Emily A. Dodge, Assistant Attorney General. Summary:  Plaintiff, Samuel J. Howard, is currently incarcerated by the State of Missouri at Jefferson City Correctional Center.  Defendants have confiscated and refused to allow Plaintiff to wear an inverted pentagram, a symbol and outward expression of his religious beliefs, while allowing others inmates to wear other religious medallions hung from chains around their necks, including non-inverted pentagrams, Stars of David, crosses, crucifixes, and crescents. Plaintiff brings this action under the Equal Protection Clause, the Free Speech Clause, and the Establishment Clause of the United States Constitution as well as ART. I,
Folder 12: SAMUEL J. HOWARD v. MARK J. KRAUSE, et al. Case No.  2:12-cv-4049 - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: SAMUEL J. HOWARD v. MARK J. KRAUSE, et al. Case No.  2:12-cv-4049 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: SAMUEL J. HOWARD v. MARK J. KRAUSE, et al. Case No.  2:12-cv-4049 - MediaAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: SAMUEL J. HOWARD v. MARK J. KRAUSE, et al. Case No.  2:12-cv-4049 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: HUSSMAN, GRASS ROOTS ORGANIZING (GRO) et al v. COLUMBIA HOUSING AUTHORITY. (ACLU Case No: 528) - Legal Administrative, 2005Add to your cart.
Summary:  Mary Hussman and members of GRO, a low income advocacy organization, seek support opposing a proposed resolution banning door to door solicitations in the Oak and Paquin Towers public housing residential buildings.  Nonresidents have the right to distribute information and residents have the right to choose on their own accord whether to receive that information.  Resolution violates First Amendment rights to distribute and receive information.  No litigation filed, advocacy only. Legal Director:  Denise Lieberman, ACLU-EM;
Folder 17: HUSSMAN, GRASS ROOTS ORGANIZING (GRO) et al v. COLUMBIA HOUSING AUTHORITY (ACLU Case No: 528) - Research, 2005Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: Heather JEFFERSON v. KENNETT, CITY OF, et al. Case No.1:10-cv-153-SNLJ - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Summary:  1. This is an action for money damages brought pursuant to 42 U.S.C.
Folder 2: Heather JEFFERSON v. KENNETT, CITY OF, et al. Case No.1:10-cv-153-SNLJ - Discovery (1 of 4)Add to your cart.
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Folder 5: Heather JEFFERSON v. KENNETT, CITY OF, et al. Case No.1:10-cv-153-SNLJ - Discovery (4 of 4)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Heather JEFFERSON v. KENNETT, CITY OF, et al. Case No.1:10-cv-153-SNLJ - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Heather JEFFERSON v. KENNETT, CITY OF, et al. Case No.1:10-cv-153-SNLJ - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Heather JEFFERSON v. KENNETT, CITY OF, et al. Case No.1:10-cv-153-SNLJ - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Ronald KINUM v. ST. LOUIS CITY BOARD OF ELECTIONS, ACLU Case #524 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Plaintiff, Ronald Kinum, a homeless person with a post office box as a mailing address, was denied an application to register to vote, violating the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. No litigation filed.  Matter resolved through legal advocacy. Plaintiff Attorney:  Denise Lieberman, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri.
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: voting rights
Folder 10: Ronald KINUM v. ST. LOUIS CITY BOARD OF ELECTIONS, ACLU Case #524 - File NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Ronald KINUM v. ST. LOUIS CITY BOARD OF ELECTIONS, ACLU Case #524 - Legal Research (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Ronald KINUM v. ST. LOUIS CITY BOARD OF ELECTIONS, ACLU Case #524 - Legal Research (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Ronald KINUM v. ST. LOUIS CITY BOARD OF ELECTIONS, ACLU Case #524 - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: DAVID KUTRIP v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, ET AL, Case No. 4:05-CV-00358-CEJ - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Summary:  On March 24, 2009, a position paper entitled "Suffering in Silence" authored by Redditt Hudson, Program Associate for the ACLU of Eastern Missouri, was released to the press.  The paper focused on the human rights violations occurring at the City of St. Louis Jail and Workhouse.  The plaintiff, David Kutrip, subpoenaed Redditt Hudson as part of his case to produce information he had about the plaintiff
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: Prisoner rights
Folder 15: APRIL LACHANCE v. JANET NAPOLITANO, HSA, et al. Case No. 2:12-cv-4109-NKL - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  This is a civil rights action filed by April LaChance. She asserts that Defendants have adopted and enforced policies that, as they are being applied, infringe upon her fundamental right to marry.  Plaintiff
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: Prisoner rights
Folder 16: APRIL LACHANCE v. JANET NAPOLITANO, HSA, et al. Case No. 2:12-cv-4109-NKL - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 17: APRIL LACHANCE v. JANET NAPOLITANO, HSA, et al. Case No. 2:12-cv-4109-NKL - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: Andrew MADDEN v. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. Case NO.2:11-cv-04087-FJG - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Plaintiff Andrew Madden is an inmate at the Jefferson City Correctional Center (JCCC). (Doc. 1,
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: prisoner rights, disability rights
Folder 2: Andrew MADDEN v. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. Case NO.2:11-cv-04087-FJG - Discovery (1 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Andrew MADDEN v. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. Case NO.2:11-cv-04087-FJG - Discovery (2 of 3)Add to your cart.
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Folder 5: Andrew MADDEN v. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. Case NO.2:11-cv-04087-FJG - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Andrew MADDEN v. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. Case NO.2:11-cv-04087-FJG - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Andrew MADDEN v. MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, et al. Case NO.2:11-cv-04087-FJG - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: MB TOWN CENTER LP, PLAINTIFF RESPONDENT v. CLAYTON FORSYTH FOODS, INC., DEFENDANT APPELLANT and ANGELA LAMBERT AND LARRY LAMBERT, INTEVENORS/APPELLANTS, Case No.  ED 96551 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  On March 16, 2011, the circuit court entered a permanent injunction prohibiting "CFF, Larry Lampert, Angela Lampert and any other person or entity affiliated in any way with CFF
Folder 9: MB TOWN CENTER LP, PLAINTIFF RESPONDENT v. CLAYTON FORSYTH FOODS, INC., DEFENDANT APPELLANT and ANGELA LAMBERT AND LARRY LAMBERT, INTEVENORS/APPELLANTS, Case No.  ED 96551 - Discovery (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: MB TOWN CENTER LP, PLAINTIFF RESPONDENT v. CLAYTON FORSYTH FOODS, INC., DEFENDANT APPELLANT and ANGELA LAMBERT AND LARRY LAMBERT, INTEVENORS/APPELLANTS, Case No.  ED 96551 - Discovery (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: MB TOWN CENTER LP, PLAINTIFF RESPONDENT v. CLAYTON FORSYTH FOODS, INC., DEFENDANT APPELLANT and ANGELA LAMBERT AND LARRY LAMBERT, INTEVENORS/APPELLANTS, Case No.  ED 96551 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: MB TOWN CENTER LP, PLAINTIFF RESPONDENT v. CLAYTON FORSYTH FOODS, INC., DEFENDANT APPELLANT and ANGELA LAMBERT AND LARRY LAMBERT, INTEVENORS/APPELLANTS, Case No.  ED 96551 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 13: MB TOWN CENTER LP, PLAINTIFF RESPONDENT v. CLAYTON FORSYTH FOODS, INC., DEFENDANT APPELLANT and ANGELA LAMBERT AND LARRY LAMBERT, INTEVENORS/APPELLANTS, Case No.  ED 96551 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: EILEEN GRANT McGEOGHEGAN V. CITY OF ST. ANN, Case No.  4:2012-cv-01382 JAR - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  The City of St. Ann, Missouri, has previously enacted an Ordinance restricting the size of political signs and the duration during which political signs might be displayed in
Folder 15: EILEEN GRANT McGEOGHEGAN V. CITY OF ST. ANN, Case No.  4:2012-cv-01382 JAR - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: EILEEN GRANT McGEOGHEGAN V. CITY OF ST. ANN, Case No.  4:2012-cv-01382 JAR - ResearchAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: Kayla PAGE v. HOWARD COUNTY, MO et al. Case No. 2:11-cv-04149-NKL - Discovery (1 of 8)Add to your cart.
Summary:  On February 15, 2011, Page and Charles M. O
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: prisoner rights
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Folder 6: Kayla PAGE v. HOWARD COUNTY, MO et al. Case No. 2:11-cv-04149-NKL - Discovery (6 of 8)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Kayla PAGE v. HOWARD COUNTY, MO et al. Case No. 2:11-cv-04149-NKL - Discovery (7 of 8)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Kayla PAGE v. HOWARD COUNTY, MO et al. Case No. 2:11-cv-04149-NKL - Discovery (8 of 8)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Kayla PAGE v. HOWARD COUNTY, MO et al. Case No. 2:11-cv-04149-NKL - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Kayla PAGE v. HOWARD COUNTY, MO et al. Case No. 2:11-cv-04149-NKL - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Kayla PAGE v. HOWARD COUNTY, MO et al. Case No. 2:11-cv-04149-NKL - ResearchAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: PFLAG [Parents and Friends of Lesbians and gays] v. CAMDENTON, Case No.  2:11-cv-04212 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  The Camdenton R-III School District
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: Gay rights, Lesbian rights, bisexual rights, queer rights, LGBTQ rights
Folder 2: PFLAG v. CAMDENTON, Case No.  2:11-cv-04212 - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: PFLAG v. CAMDENTON, Case No.  2:11-cv-04212 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: PFLAG v. CAMDENTON, Case No.  2:11-cv-04212 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: PFLAG v. CAMDENTON, Case No.  2:11-cv-04212 - Pleadings (1 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: PFLAG v. CAMDENTON, Case No.  2:11-cv-04212 - Pleadings (2 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: PFLAG v. CAMDENTON, Case No.  2:11-cv-04212 - Pleadings (3 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Briefs (1 of 7)Add to your cart.
Summary: In 1986, the state of Missouri enacted legislation that placed a number of restrictions on abortions. The statute's preamble indicated that "[t]he life of each human being begins at conception," and the law codified the following restrictions: public employees and public facilities were not to be used in performing or assisting abortions unnecessary to save the mother's life; encouragement and counseling to have abortions was prohibited; and physicians were to perform viability tests upon women in their twentieth (or more) week of pregnancy. Lower courts struck down the restrictions. Plaintiff Attorneys: Thomas M. Blumenthal, ACLU of Eastern and Western Missouri, Roger K. Evans, Dara Klassel,  and Beth Otten, of Planned Parenthood Federation of America, Inc. Defense Attorneys: William L. Webster, Attorney General, Michael L. Biocourt and Jeey L. Short, Assistant Attorney Generals, Jefferson City, MO.
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: reprductive rights, womens rights, health care
Folder 9: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Briefs (2 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Briefs (3 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Briefs (4 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Briefs (5 of 7)Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Briefs (6 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Briefs (7 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Court OrderAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - MediaAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Pleadings (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - Pleadings (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Reproductive Health Services et al v. William L. Webster, Case No:  86-4478-cv-c-5, 87-1641, and 87-2157, 88-605 - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: In RE-ADOPTION of C.M.B.R.; Case # SC90359 (Missouri Supreme Court) - Briefs (Amicus)Add to your cart.
Summary: After the mother was arrested in an immigration raid at a poultry plant, she left her child with family members. A local public school official help facilitate a transfer of the child to a couple who wished to adopt the child. A transfer hearing was held but the mother was not present or represented by an attorney. Eventually, the trial court terminated the mother
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: child custody
Folder 11: In RE-ADOPTION of C.M.B.R.; Case # SC90359 (Missouri Supreme Court) - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: In RE-ADOPTION of C.M.B.R.; Case # SC90359 (Missouri Supreme Court) - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: Lonney ROARK , et al, Plaintiffs, v. SOUTH IRON R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al, Defendants. Case No. 4:06-cv-00392-CDP - BriefsAdd to your cart.
Summary: The South Iron R-1 School District has allowed the Gideons to pass out Bibles to the fifth grade, during class time and on school property, for several years. After a dispute over the practice arose in 2005, the District was advised by several sources that allowing the Bible distribution in classrooms during school hours was unconstitutional. It rejected that advice, overruled the decision of its superintendent, and voted to allow the distribution. Bibles were again distributed in October of 2005. Plaintiffs are parents who object to the distribution. Plaintiff Attorneys: Lenny Frankel, Frankel, Rubin, Bond, Dubin, Sigel, and Klein, P.C. and James Felakos and Anthony E. Rothert, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri. Defendant attorneys:  David M. Corry, Stephen M. Crampton, Liberty Counsel, Lynchburg, VA.
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: education, church / state
Folder 2: Lonney ROARK , et al, Plaintiffs, v. SOUTH IRON R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al, Defendants. Case No. 4:06-cv-00392-CDP - DepositionAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: Lonney ROARK , et al, Plaintiffs, v. SOUTH IRON R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al, Defendants. Case No. 4:06-cv-00392-CDP - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Lonney ROARK , et al, (Plaintiffs, v. SOUTH IRON R-1 SCHOOL DISTRICT, et al, Defendants. Case No. 4:06-cv-00392-CDP - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: William V. ROBERTI v. William HAAS; ACLU Case # 523 - ComplaintsAdd to your cart.

Summary:  Plaintiff, Bill Roberti lodged charges of libel and slander against Defendant, Bill Haas, (member of the school board) after Haas called for an investigation into possible collusion and conflict of interest involving the closing of Waring School which was sold to SLU.  Haas inquired of the ACLU of the following:

1. Whether the School Board

Folder 6: William V. ROBERTI v. William HAAS; ACLU Case # 523 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: William V. ROBERTI v. William HAAS; ACLU Case # 523 - File MemosAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: William V. ROBERTI v. William HAAS; ACLU Case # 523 - File NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: William V. ROBERTI v. William HAAS; ACLU Case # 523 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: William V. ROBERTI v. William HAAS; ACLU Case # 523 - PressAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Attorney NotesAdd to your cart.
Summary:  The Missouri Department of Corrections (MDC) instituted a policy of prohibiting transportation for elective, non-therapeutic abortions (MDC policy). Plaintiff Jane Roe (Roe) requested transportation for an elective abortion, and was denied.  The district court granted Roe's request for emergency preliminary injunctive relief, and ordered the MDC to provide Roe with transportation outside of the MDC facility (referred to by the parties as an "out count"). Roe amended her complaint and sought injunctive relief on behalf of a class consisting of all women in the custody of the MDC who seek elective, non-therapeutic abortions. The district court certified the class (Plaintiffs).  Plaintiff Attorneys:  Tom Blumenthal  of Paule, Camenzine, and Blumenthal, James Felakos,  Anthony Rothert, of the ACLU of Eastern Missouri, Susan Talcott Camp of Talcott and Camp, Diana Kasdan, Charu Chandrasekhar, for the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project. Defense Attorneys: Michael Pritchett, Missouri Assistant Attorney General, Mailee Smith and Denise Burke, for American United for Life.
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: prisoner rights, women's rights, reproductive rights,
Folder 12: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Briefs (1 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Briefs (2 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Briefs (3 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 15: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Briefs (4 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 16: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Briefs (5 of 7)Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Briefs (6 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Briefs (7 of 7)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Court OrdersAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (1 of 9)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (2 of 9)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (3 of 9)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (4 of 9)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (5 of 9)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (6 of 9)Add to your cart.
Folder 11: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (7 of 9)Add to your cart.
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Folder 1: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (8 of 9)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Depositions (9 of 9)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (1 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (2 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (3 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (4 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (5 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (6 of 10)Add to your cart.
Box 36Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (7 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (8 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (9 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Discovery (10 of 10)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - MediaAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - NotesAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Pleadings (1 of 5)Add to your cart.
Folder 10: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Pleadings (2 of 5)Add to your cart.
Box 37Add to your cart.
Folder 1: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Pleadings (3 of 5)Add to your cart.
Folder 2: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Pleadings (4 of 5)Add to your cart.
Folder 3: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - Pleadings (5 of 5)Add to your cart.
Folder 4: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: Jane ROE v. Larry Crawford, Missouri Department of Corrections, Case # 2:05-CV-04333-DW - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 6: S.J.W., A MINOR, BY AND THROUGH HIS PARENTS, BRIAN WILSON AND LINDA WILSON, et al., Appellees v. LEEAdd to your cart.
Summary:  This case presents a First Amendment free speech question of first impression in the Eighth Circuit, that is what legal standard should apply to a school
Folder 7: S.J.W., A MINOR, BY AND THROUGH HIS PARENTS, BRIAN WILSON AND LINDA WILSON, et al., Appellees v. LEEAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: ST. LOUIS COUNTY v. ETHICAL SOCIETY OF ST. LOUIS, (ACLU Case NO. 529) December, 2004 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Summary: The ACLU-EM represented the Ethical Society of St. Louis in a challenge to an attempt by St. Louis County to rescind its status as a religious organization for tax-exempt purposes. In 1962, the Ethical Society was granted tax-exempt status. That status was being reconsidered on the grounds that a Missouri Supreme Court case requires that in order to be considered a religion, a group must profess "a belief in the Supreme Being." Missouri Church of Scientology v. State Tax Commission of Missouri, 560 SW2d 837 (Mo 1977). "Ethical Culture" (sometimes known as "Ethical Humanism"), the faith exercised by the Ethical Society of St. Louis, is a nationwide and international movement established in 1876. Its belief system seeks to address religious needs of members without reference to God or a supernatural reality. The group challenged the presumption in Missouri law that that worship of "the Supreme Being" is required to be considered a religion for tax purposes. In August, Tom Blumenthal represented the Ethical Society at the St. Louis County Board of Equalization. The Board recommended, and the St. Louis County Council approved, the restoration of the Ethical Society's tax exemption. No litigation filed, advocacy only. Plaintiff Attorney:  Thomas Blumenthal, Paule, Camezine and Blumenthal, P.C.
Folder 9: ST. LOUIS COUNTY v. ETHICAL SOCIETY OF ST. LOUIS, (ACLU Case NO. 529) December, 2004 - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: Deborah L. SMITH v. Jacqueline  P. THOMAS and CITY OF POPLAR BLUFF MISSOURI, D/B/A POPLAR BLUFF PUBLIC LIBRARY. Case No. 1:08-CV-79-RWS - Discovery (1 of 4)Add to your cart.
Summary:  On June 8, 2007, the Poplar Bluff Public Library announced it would hold a "Harry Potter Night" on the eve of the July 21, 2007, release of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, a novel by J.K. Rowling. Library employees were expected to dress as witches and wizards at the event, which was directed toward children and held outside the library
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: employment discrimination, expression of religion
Folder 11: Deborah L. SMITH v. Jacqueline  P. THOMAS and CITY OF POPLAR BLUFF MISSOURI, D/B/A POPLAR BLUFF PUBLIC LIBRARY. Case No. 1:08-CV-79-RWS - Discovery (2 of 4)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: Deborah L. SMITH v. Jacqueline  P. THOMAS and CITY OF POPLAR BLUFF MISSOURI, D/B/A POPLAR BLUFF PUBLIC LIBRARY. Case No. 1:08-CV-79-RWS - Discovery (3 of 4)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: Deborah L. SMITH v. Jacqueline  P. THOMAS and CITY OF POPLAR BLUFF MISSOURI, D/B/A POPLAR BLUFF PUBLIC LIBRARY. Case No. 1:08-CV-79-RWS - Discovery (4 of 4)Add to your cart.
Folder 14: Deborah L. SMITH v. Jacqueline  P. THOMAS and CITY OF POPLAR BLUFF MISSOURI, D/B/A POPLAR BLUFF PUBLIC LIBRARY. Case No. 1:08-CV-79-RWS - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - AppellantAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Plaintiffs engage in peaceful picketing in public fora to spread their message that there should be a new, independent investigation of the federal government
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: assembly in public
Folder 2: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - AppellantAdd to your cart.
Folder 3: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Deposition (1 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 5: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Deposition (2 of 2)Add to your cart.
Folder 6: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Discovery (1 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 7: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Discovery (2 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 8: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Discovery (3 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 9: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 10: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Pleadings (1 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 12: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Pleadings (2 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 13: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - Pleadings (3 of 3)Add to your cart.
Folder 14: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - PressAdd to your cart.
Folder 15: DONALD L, STAHL v. CITY OF ST. LOUIS, Case No.  USCA 10-3761 - ResearchAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: STATE ex rel. CONCERNED CITIZENS FOR CRYSTAL CITY et al v. Honorable Benjamin F. LEWIS; Case # 07JE-CC01264 and ED93138 (Eastern District Appeals) - Pleadings (Amicus)Add to your cart.
Summary: First amendment right is fully applicable to anonymous speech on the Internet. Amici Curiae; Attorney: Anthony E. Rothert, ACLU of Eastern Missouri;
Folder 2: State of MO v. Reginald Clemons, (ACLU Case No. 527) May, 2005 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Consideration of ACLU of Eastern Missouri to file amicus curiae brief in the case of Clemons v. Luebbers for clemency on behalf of Reginald Clemons, who was convicted as an accomplice to first degree murder in the "Chain of Rocks Bridge Case" and sentenced to death.  Although it was determined by the ACLU-EM Legal Committee that Reginald Clemons was the victim of a deeply flawed system of criminal justice, the Legal Committee agreed that an amicus brief prepared on short notice would not persuade the Court to grant cert on grounds that Clemons
Folder 3: State of MO v. Reginald Clemons, (ACLU Case No. 527) May, 2005 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 4: State of MO v. Reginald Clemons, (ACLU Case No. 527) May, 2005 - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 5: STATE OF MISSOURI v. BRIAN DAWSON, CASE NO. 302-0900-MA12 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Defendant was arrested during a police raid of Award Video store in High Ridge, Missouri on March 13, 2002.  The raid came after tips to police and subsequent surveillance allegedly uncovered prostitution activity at the store that police believed to be facilitated by store owners.  The police made thirteen arrests on March 13.  However no prostitution charges were ultimately filed.  Six men who were allegedly engaging in sex with someone of the same sex
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: Gay rights
Folder 6: STATE OF MISSOURI v. BRIAN DAWSON, CASE NO. 302-0900-MA12 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Folder 7: STATE OF MISSOURI v. BRIAN DAWSON, CASE NO. 302-0900-MA12 - MediaAdd to your cart.
Folder 8: STATE OF MISSOURI v. BRIAN DAWSON, CASE NO. 302-0900-MA12 - ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 9: STATE OF MISSOURI v. JUSTINA GRIFFIN, Case No. 12MA-CR00085 - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Plaintiff attorneys:  Kristen Dawn Burks, Macon County Prosecuting Attorney; Defendant Attorneys:  Grant R. Doty, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri; Summary:  MOTION TO VACATE; Comes now Defendant, Justina Griffin, and moves this Court to vacate the portion of its September 27, 2012, order that directs Defendant "to write a letter of apology to the Prosecutor's staff and clerk's staff' and to deliver the same on or before November 1, 2012.  On September 27, 2012, this Court told Griffin that she was required to apologize, in writing, to the staffs of the clerk's office and the prosecutor's office for what she had written on Facebook. In its order, this Court wrote, in relevant part:  Case set for review on November 1, 2012, to review. A also to write a letter of apology to the Prosecutor's staff and clerk's staff.  To be delivered on or before that date. SO ORDERED. For the reasons explained in the accompanying suggestions in support, this Court lacked jurisdiction to order Defendant to write and deliver letters of apology.
Folder 10: STATE OF MISSOURI v. JUSTINA GRIFFIN, Case No. 12MA-CR00085 - Legal ResearchAdd to your cart.
Folder 11: STATE OF MISSOURI v. JUSTINA GRIFFIN, Case No. 12MA-CR00085 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 12: STATE OF MISSOURI v. Charles RAYNOR; Case # 08U1-CR01062 (Circuit Court) SC90164 (Missouri Supreme Court) - BriefsAdd to your cart.
Summary: The ACLU, as a friend of the Court, argues there is no unusual rate of sex offenses or significant increase in risk for child sexual abuse associated with Halloween and section 589.426, RSMo, violates the United State Constitution. It contends the statute violates the ex post facto clause in that confinement to one's home has historically been viewed as punishment; confinement imposes an affirmative disability and restraint and has no rational connection to a non-punitive purpose. It contends the statute is an unconstitutional restriction on the right to interstate and intrastate travel. The ACLU further argues the statute is unconstitutional because it requires persons regarded as sex offenders to provide incriminating evidence against themselves and is unconstitutionally vague. Amicus Curiae; Attorneys: Anthony E. Rothert, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri, David C. Nelson, Nelson and Nelson.
Folder 13: STATE OF MISSOURI v. Charles RAYNOR; Case # 08U1-CR01062 (Circuit Court) SC90164 (Missouri Supreme Court) - DiscoveryAdd to your cart.
Folder 14: TAK OF KKK v. CITY OF CAPE GIRARDEAU, Case No. 1:12-cv-151 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
Summary:  The American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri filed a federal lawsuit against the City of Cape Girardeau on behalf of the Traditionalist American Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (TAK). TAK members planned to place handbills on the windshields of parked cars on Sept. 28, until they discovered this is considered a crime by the City of Cape Girardeau. "Our clients describe themselves as "a White Patriotic Christian organization [that] believes in the preservation of the White race and the United States Constitution as it was originally written," says Tony Rothert, legal director of the ACLU-EM. "They
Folder 15: TAK OF KKK v. CITY OF CAPE GIRARDEAU, Case No. 1:12-cv-151 - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Folder 16: Trinity CROSS et al, Plaintiffs Appellees, v. Chief Joseph Mokwa, et al, Defendant-Appellants. Case No. 07-3110 - BriefsAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Appeal of decision in Appel v. The City of St. Louis. Plaintiff Attorneys:  Gary Sarachan and Sheila Greenbaum, Capes, Sokol, Goodman and Sarachan, P.C. Defendant Attorneys:  Denise LeAnne Thomas, Assistant Attorney General.
Folder 17: Trinity CROSS et al, Plaintiffs Appellees, v. Chief Joseph Mokwa, et al, Defendant-Appellants. Case No. 07-3110 - Legal AdministrativeAdd to your cart.
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Folder 1: U.S.A. v. FRED W. ROBINSON, Case No. Amicus  4:11-CR-361 AGF/DDN  - PleadingsAdd to your cart.
Summary:  The ACLU and ACLU of Eastern Missouri submit this amicus brief in support of defendant
Folder 2: Leslea Diane White v Elizabeth Michelle White, Case No:  WD 69580 - Amicus CuriaeAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Leslea and Elizabeth Michelle White ("Michelle") were involved in a committed same-sex relationship for approximately eight years beginning in 1997. During the relationship, Michelle changed her last name to White, and she and Leslea each conceived a child through artificial insemination using the same anonymous sperm donor. 1 Michelle is the biological mother of C.E.W., who was born December 15, 2001, and Leslea is the biological mother of Z.A.W., who was born July 27, 2004. Leslea and Michelle lived together with the children until their relationship terminated in November 2005. For the next several months, the children lived part of the time with Leslea and part of the time with Michelle. In late May 2006, Michelle refused to allow Leslea or Z.A.W. to have any contact with C.E.W., refused to accept Leslea's offers of financial support for C.E.W., and stopped seeking contact with Z.A.W. or contributing to his financial support. It appears that neither the children nor the women have had any contact with each other since that date.  Amicus brief in support of recognition of de facto parent-child relationships. Amicus Curiae Brief, ACLU-EM, ACLU-WMOKS, and ACLU LGBT AIDS Project in support of petitioners - Appellants.  Anthony R. Rothert, American Civil Liberties Union of Eastern Missouri.
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: Child custody, Lesbian rights
Folder 3: Leslea Diane White v Elizabeth Michelle White, Case No:  WD 69580 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
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Folder 5: William T. WOLFE  v. Franklin County Adult Detention Center, ACLU Case No. 526, 4/15/2003 - CorrespondenceAdd to your cart.
Summary:  Tammy Edwards, close friend of inmate, William T. Wolfe, contacted the ACLU-EM regarding what she believed to the lack of proper medical treatment for Mr. Wolfe
Biographical/Historical Note: Topics: prisoner rights, health care
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Folder 9: April WOOD v. United States of America, 4:00-cr-00023-JCH (ACLU Case No. 525) - ComplaintsAdd to your cart.

Summary:  In July 2000, April Wood and her husband, Theodore Gazda, were both convicted of felonies for their involvement in a prostitution ring.  Wood served two years and nine months.  The day before her release, she was told by her probation officer, Janet Danner, that she was not to live with or associate with her husband, according to the terms of her probation set by U. S. District Judge Jean Hamilton.  At this time, Wood did not receive the terms of her probation in writing, only orally, after numerous requests to the judge and her clerk for the terms of her probation in writing.  Wood took a job at the same business where her husband is employed and she is moving in with him on June 25.  She left a message for her probation officer regarding both infractions.  She seeks to challenge the verbal prohibition on consorting with her husband as a violation of her fundamental rights and rights to due process due to a lack of adequate notice.

Legal issues: 1. Under 18 USC 3563(2)(d), she is entitled to the terms in writing from her probation officer.  Violation of the due process, 14th amendment.  One must have notice of conditions before they can be penalized for violation of these conditions. 2. The Supreme Court has established that marriage is a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution.  The right is protected by the 14th and 9th amendment.

Ms. Wood filed a motion for termination of supervised release on February 19, 2004.  Judge Jean Hamilton of the U.S. Eastern District Court denied the motion on February 26, 2004.  No action taken by ACLU of Eastern Missouri. Pro se, April Wood,

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