This is a case challenging the conditions at the Monroe County Jail. A motion to dismiss has been filed by the defendants and was denied in 2008. The case has been settled and is open for monitoring.
This is a case challenging the refusal of a chaplain at the Correctional Industrial Facility to permit the plaintiff to marry her inmate-fiancé. After the case was filed in October 2016, the DOC approved the marriage, and our claim for damages is proceeding.
Each year, Concord High School stages several performances of a “Christmas Spectacular,” which includes many songs celebrating the holiday season performed by various classes and groups from the school’s performing arts department.
We previously represented the plaintiff, a prisoner, in a federal case that resulted in a private settlement agreement allowing him and other Eastern Orthodox adherents at Wabash Valley Correctional Facility to meet for worship and study.
This is an action by two Jewish prisoners who were at a facility that provided both a kosher diet and services. The prisoners were transferred to another institution with a kitchen the Indiana Department of Corrections (DOC) characterizes as kosher so they could continue their kosher diets.
This 2016 case challenges the fact that the Franklin Township Community School Board begins its meetings with prayer. A preliminary injunction hearing was held in February 2017 and ACLU of Indiana is awaiting a decision.