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SPLO Spotlight: Tia Haywood Monte

Last week Tia Haywood Monte was in court representing Luis Pedrote-Salinas who is facing deportation because he was falsely put on the Chicago Police Department’s (CPD) unconstitutional gang database. For Tia this case isn’t just another fight for justice with […]

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Shiller Preyar Law Offices Petitions Immigration Court to Free Army Veteran

Miguel Perez graduated from the United States Army’s Advanced Individual Training on the morning of September 11, 2001. The ceremony was interrupted when a drill sergeant came out to tell families to go home, and for the soldiers to march […]

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One Cop’s Accusation Could Force this Chicagoan Out of the Country He Calls Home

The Chicago Police Department (CPD) says that Luis Pedrote-Salinas is in a gang. They are so sure he is in a gang that they put him in a database that they share with immigration officials. Immigration agents then raided his […]

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The Civilian Office of Police Accountability Must be More Than a Name Change

Today marks the end of the first week in action for the Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA), which replaces the widely criticized Independent Police Review Authority (IPRA). The new agency is led by former IPRA Chief Shirley Fairley and […]

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