Criminal Justice Reform

The Constitutions forbid unfair, unequal, and excessive punishments.  KJI remains committed to curtailing the government’s ability to take property from those who have not been charged or convicted of crimes.

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PRESS RELEASE: KJI files motion for temporary restraining order against Linn County officials

UPDATE: Kansas Justice Institute files motion for temporary restraining order against Linn County officials Linn County Residents Sue For Privacy, Warrant Protection Citizens believe COVID health order violates their 4th Amendment rights May 12  – Kansas Justice Institute filed a motion late yesterday for a temporary restraining order in an effort to provide protection and relief from an … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: KJI files motion for temporary restraining order against Linn County officials

PRESS RELEASE: Linn Co. Residents Sue For Privacy, Warrant Protection

May 10, 2020  –  A recent order by the Linn County (Kansas) health officer has sparked a federal lawsuit from two Linn County residents. In the suit, Jackie Taylor and Linda Jo Hisel contend that the health Order violates their Fourth Amendment rights. The Linn Co. Order was issued on May 1, 2020, and requires … Continue reading PRESS RELEASE: Linn Co. Residents Sue For Privacy, Warrant Protection

Kansas Policy Institute Forms Legal Center

Kansas Policy Institute is pleased to announce that Kansas native Sam MacRoberts is joining us as General Counsel for our new public interest litigation center – Kansas Justice Institute. Kansas Justice Institute is a public-interest litigation firm protecting the freedoms guaranteed by the Kansas and United States Constitutions through cutting-edge litigation. KJI also examines, discusses … Continue reading Kansas Policy Institute Forms Legal Center

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