Press Center

From analysis and commentary by our experts to media coverage of our cases and reactions to breaking news stories, CCR is in the news and making news.

Press Releases

U.S. Tortured Him Knowing History of Psychosis April 19, 2018, Washington, D.C. – Today, attorneys urged a federal judge to appoint a Mixed Medical Commission to assess whether Guantánamo prisoner...
New Jersey Muslims Reach Landmark Settlement Requiring NYPD to End Unlawful Spying Activities New York, NY – Today, a group of Muslim owned businesses, mosques, individuals, and student groups have...

CCR in the News

April 25, 2018

Blog Post

Cross-posted from National Immigration Law Center . Today the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on a legal challenge to President Trump’s travel ban, which bars nationals of several Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. Countless lives lie in the balance of this decision...
CCR Blog
April 23, 2018

Blog Post

Muslim Ban to be decided this week Oral arguments on the Muslim Ban (AKA the Travel Ban and Hawaii v. Trump), are slated for Wednesday. The Supreme Court reinstated the Muslim Ban Dec. 4 and lifted the injunctions granted by the Fourth and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Although the Supreme Court...
CCR Blog
April 16, 2018

Blog Post

CCR and Muslim Advocates have entered into a settlement agreement with the New York City Police Department (NYPD) , ending litigation over the NYPD’s suspicionless surveillance of Muslim Americans in New Jersey. The NYPD spied on at least 20 mosques, 14 restaurants, 11 retail stores, two grade...
CCR Blog
Hassan team
April 16, 2018

Blog Post

CCR has launched a podcast! We are excited to announce the launch of the CCR podcast, The Activist Files ! The monthly series will feature the stories of people of the front lines fighting for justice, including activists, artists, and lawyers. The Activist Files brings you the stories beyond the...
CCR Blog
April 13, 2018

CCR in the News

We won the stop-and-frisk case in 2013, when a federal court ruled the New York City Police Department’s use of the practice was unconstitutional. But as the lawyers in the case, our work isn’t done. Ultimate victory depends on whether we reform the police practices that drove unlawful stops and...

Last modified 

May 5, 2015