In 2008 an employer involved in the construction of the I-69 Project sought a workplace violence restraining order against a group of environmental protesters. ACLU of Indiana represent the protesters in an effort to support their First Amendment rights.
A former phone-sex operator wrote a short book about her experiences in 2016 in order to make sure persons were apprised of the predatory nature of some men. She subsequently obtained a position as an AmeriCorps VISTA volunteer placed with the Indiana National Guard (as a civilian).
This case challenges the failure of Tippecanoe County to allow the plaintiff group to have a rally on the grounds of the County Courthouse. The Court recently issued a preliminary injunction decision in our favor and Tippecanoe County appealed.
Filed in 2015, this case, based on the First Amendment, challenges the Indiana law the prohibits people taking photos or other digital images of their ballots. The Southern District Court entered a preliminary injunction against the law.
Voices United, a student club at Carmel High School, wanted to hang a pro-choice banner in the school cafeteria in 2014. However, the School’s regulations prohibit clubs from posting advocacy messages in the cafeteria.