7/29/20 – Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection Launches New Toolkit to Prevent Violence at Protests and Rallies

7/13/20 – ICAP Teams with Bernalillo County District Attorney Raúl Torrez in Civil Suit Against Private Militia Group

5/5/20 – New Lawsuit Claims CARES Act Intentionally Discriminates Against Immigrants by Excluding U.S. Citizen Children of Immigrant Parents from Benefits of Emergency Cash Assistance

3/30/20 – National Civil Rights Organizations Take Legal Action to Protect People Locked Inside St. Louis Jails

2/19/20 – Federal Lawsuit Filed Challenging Hamblen County’s Wealth-Based Bail Practices

2/14/20 – Wise County Sheriff’s Deputy Settles Federal Lawsuit and Issues Written Apology for Tackling Middle-Schooler

10/23/19 –  34 Current and Former Prosecutors, Judges, and Justice Department Officials Urge Eighth Circuit to Review Solitary Confinement Practices

10/15/19 –  ICAP Scores Big Win in Court in Major Immigration Case

10/7/19 –  Pittsburgh Journalist Files Suit Challenging Ban on Audio-Recording Bail Hearings

10/3/19 –  80 Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Leaders: “DACA helps us keep communities safe”

9/24/19 –  Lawsuit Challenges Trump Administration’s New Passport Requirement for Diversity Visa Lottery Applicants

9/16/19 –  Georgetown Law’s Institute for Constitutional Advocacy & Protection and CASA Seek Court Order to Block New “Public Charge” Rule

7/23/19 –  “Talking Feds” Podcast Features ICAP Team, Mueller Preview and More

7/8/19 –  36 Current and Former Prosecutors, State Attorneys General, and Justice Department Officials File Brief in Fifth Circuit Decrying Prosecutorial Misconduct

5/2/19 –  Local Journalist Sues Baltimore Court Officials Demanding Access to Audio Recordings

4/15/19 –  Georgetown Law’s ICAP Files Amicus Brief Arguing Arkansas’s Anti-BDS Law Violates First Amendment

4/9/19 –  ICAP Submits Letter on Behalf of Amelia McDonell-Parry Notifying Local Court Officials of Her Intent to Use Courtroom Audio on Upcoming Podcast

4/1/19 –  Georgetown Law’s ICAP files amicus brief for House of Representatives arguing against Census citizenship question

3/8/19 –  Georgetown Law Hosts “Challenges to Rule of Law in America”

2/11/19 –  Georgetown Law’s ICAP files amicus brief on behalf of House of Representatives arguing against Census citizenship question

2/8/19 –  85 Current and Former Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Leaders File Brief in 11th Circuit Calling for Bail Reform

1/30/19 –  More Than 80 Current and Former Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Leaders Call for Bail Reform in Legal Filing

12/31/18 –  ICAP Defends Church’s Right to Oppose Construction of Border Wall on its Land

11/13/18 –  Georgetown Law’s ICAP Files Brief in Support of CNN Case Against President Trump

10/19/18 –  As Trump Defends Blocking Critics on Twitter, ICAP Argues for First Amendment Protections in the Digital Age

10/10/18 –  Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Leaders Call for an End to Cash Bail in California

9/14/18 –  50 Former Justice Dept. Leaders, Prosecutors and Judges Join ICAP Brief Urging Resentencing For Juvenile Offender

9/13/18 –  Former Officials Denounce Trump Administration Use of Distorted Terrorism Statistics

9/11/18 –  First Amendment Prohibits ICE from Retaliating Against Immigrant Rights Activists, ICAP and Partners Argue

7/12/18 –  “Unite the Right” Organizer Jason Kessler Settles Charlottesville Lawsuit; Pledges No Repeat of Organized, Armed Activity

5/16/18 –  Three Private Militia Groups Agree in Settlement with ICAP Not to Return to Charlottesville to Engage in Coordinated Armed Activity During Rallies and Protests

5/2/18 –  Second Alt-Right Organization Agrees in Settlement with ICAP Not to Return to Charlottesville to Engage in Coordinated Armed Activity During Rallies and Protests

4/5/18 –  In Brief on Behalf of 44 Former Prosecutors and DOJ Officials, ICAP Urges Supreme Court to Review Louisiana Murder Conviction After Prosecutors Failed to Disclose Key Information

3/23/18 –  ICAP Challenges Retaliatory ICE Deportations as Violating the First Amendment

3/20/18 –  In New Brief Coauthored by ICAP, Law Enforcement Leaders and Prosecutors Defend DACA

3/8/18 –  ICAP Asks Supreme Court to Restore Veterans’ Whistleblower Protections

3/1/18 –  ICAP Helps the City of Gary to Resist Major Legal Challenge to “Welcoming City” Policies

2/8/18 –  Preventing Another Charlottesville: ICAP Releases Catalog of Tools Available to All 50 States

2/2/18 –  ICAP Files Lawsuit Challenging Statewide Extortion Scheme That Jails Impoverished Oklahomans

1/30/18 –  33 Prominent Prosecutors and Police Sound Alarm, in New Brief by ICAP, on Justice Department’s Anti-Sanctuary Cities Stance

1/3/18 –  ICAP Welcomes DOJ Veteran Doug Letter as Senior Litigator and Visiting Professor of Law

12/14/17 –  Trump’s Anti-Muslim Tweets at Odds with First Amendment, Leading Faith Groups Charge in Letter Sent by ICAP

12/5/17 –  Ex-DNI Clapper and Other Leading Cybersecurity Experts Argue in Brief Filed by ICAP that White House Data Collection Makes U.S. Elections More Vulnerable

11/29/17 –  In New Brief by ICAP, Prosecutors and Policy Say Justice Department’s Anti-Sanctuary Cities Stances Endangers Communities

11/21/17 –  ICAP Files Brief on Behalf of Law Enforcement Officials Assailing Money Bail System as Contrary to the Constitution and Public Safety

11/6/17 –  ICAP Files Amicus Brief Arguing that Trump’s Use of Twitter Violates the First Amendment

10/12/17 –  ICAP Sues to Prevent Paramilitary Groups’ Return to Charlottesville

8/9/17 –  All-Star Legal Team Launches ICAP at Georgetown Law