Petitioner, Saul Reyes-Herrera, is an Hispanic man and native Spanish-speaker. Mr. Reyes-Herrera was approached by a Hillsboro police officer and told in English that he was free to leave.
We represent volunteer street medics in a federal lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Marshals Service, and the City of Portland for targeting and attacking them at Portland protests against police brutality.
PORTLAND — Protesters who were abducted, beaten, and gassed by federal agents in Portland, Oregon, are suing President Trump, the Department of Homeland Security, the U.S.
The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Oregon and Braunhagey & Borden LLP filed a class-action lawsuit on June 28, 2020 on behalf of journalists and legal observers who were targeted and attacked by the police while documenting protests in Portland over the killing of George Floyd.
The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Eugene resident Jones Hollister’s right to a nonbinary gender marker. Hollister’s gender is nonbinary, but their petition for a nonbinary gender marker was denied by Lane County Circuit Court Judge Charles D. Carlson in 2019.