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Public Justice

  • Being Arrested Doesn’t Take Away Your Consumer Rights

    Appeals Court Deals a Blow to the Prison-Industrial Complex By Karla Gilbride Cartwright-Baron Staff Attorney On any given day in the United States, some 2.3 million people are locked up between state and federal prisons, local and county jails, and immigration detention centers. That’s more…

  • Beth Terrell Named Public Justice President

    The new president of Public Justice, Beth Terrell, knew even before she started her legal education that she wanted to use litigation to promote justice for those in the greatest need. Growing up on a farm in Idaho, Terrell developed an independent streak and a strong work ethic that she has consistently directed towards helping others.