- ICC VATICAN PROSECUTION
- Our Issues
- Learn More
- Get Involved
- Our Cases
- About Us
An up-to-date archive of major press coverage of CCR's work and opinion pieces. Articles are available either on the original publisher's site or as a PDF.
Four more prisoners have been moved to secretive prison units known as Communication Management Units, or CMUs, Democracy Now! reports. CMUs are the subject of a lawsuit filed by the Center for Constitutional Rights
An analysis of police department data found blacks and Latinos were nine time as likely as whites to get stopped and frisked by New York City police last year, but they were no more likely…
The Center for Constitutional Rights has revealed that blacks and Latinos in New York are nine times more likely to be stopped on the street and "frisked" by local police officers, according to the New York Times.…
Commentary on inflammatory media coverage of NYPD
Two city council members told the Voice this week that orders given by precinct supervisors in Bedford-Stuyvesant's 81st Precinct appeared to encourage officers to violate the civil rights of local residents.
Newspaper, Not Police, Is Biased
The New York Civil Liberties Union filed a class action lawsuit against the NYPD on Wednesday, claiming that the department’s database of people it has stopped and frisked, but cleared of criminal charges, violates constitutional…
Frustrated by what he has characterized as continued obstructionism by the Bloomberg administration, a federal judge on Wednesday appointed Robert M. Morgenthau as a special master to oversee the city’s adoption of practices aimed at…
A federal judge in Brooklyn has appointed former longtime New York District Attorney Robert Morgenthau as a special master to help force the city to improve the hiring the black firefighters.