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URI Student Senate v. Town of Narragansett (2008)

Category: Due Process    Students' Rights    

A lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of an ordinance which allows police to charge tenants and landlords with allowing, and to place orange stickers on houses that have allegedly been the site of, “unruly gatherings.”

Cooperating Attorney: H. Jefferson Melish

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  • Jan 06, 2011 - Appeals Court Upholds Narragansett “Orange Sticker” Ordinance; ACLU Plans Further Action
  • Feb 18, 2010 - ACLU Appeals Ruling on Narragansett “Orange Sticker” Ordinance
  • Jan 22, 2010 - Judge Upholds Narragansett “Orange Sticker” Ordinance
  • Jul 08, 2009 - ACLU Brief Urges Court to Strike Down Narragansett “Orange Sticker” Policy
  • May 23, 2008 - ACLU Sues Narragansett Over “Orange Sticker” Policy