Overturning of Arizona House Bill 2376
In December 2002, with the assistance of the ACLU, the CCADP was successful in overturning legislation that prevented prisoners in Arizona from using a third party to post information on the internet about their cases on the basis that such a law infringed on the prisoners’ First Amendment rights.
"They're sentenced to death, they're not sentenced to silence," said CCADP co-founder Tracy Lamourie.
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