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The National Center for Law and Economic Justice advances racial and economic justice through ground-breaking impact litigation, policy advocacy, and support for grassroots organizing. We have provided legal representation and support since 1965.

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How to Challenge School Zone Speed Camera Tickets in Buffalo

NCLEJ and our partner Fair Fines and Fees Coalition prepared this guide to assist individuals who received tickets under the Buffalo, New York school zone speed camera program. This guide explains how to request a hearing to dispute…

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How to possibly get reimbursed for school speeding camera tickets

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — The controversial school speeding cameras that were placed around schools monitoring speed limits were taken down, and the program officially ended on Sept. 1. Yet, drivers are still fighting for refunds from speeding tickets. Lawyer…

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NCLEJ & Immigrant Advocates Demand End Date to Ice Contract at Georgia Detention Center

NCLEJ filed FOIA and Georgia Open Records Act Requests seeking government records regarding public officials’ progress and timeline for ending ICE operations at the Irwin County Detention Center (ICDC), an immigration detention center in Georgia with a long…

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This guide assists individuals who received tickets under Buffalo’s school zone speed camera program.



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