The ACLU of Arizona Publications

As part of our work in the defense of civil liberties, the ACLU of Arizona issues reports, position papers, booklets and advocacy materials that study and note developments in civil liberties. Below is a listing of some of our publications organized by issue.


Criminal Justice


Free Speech

  • What's Happened to Free Speech? - This 15-page publication includes numerous free-speech cases the ACLU has worked on: Click here
  • You have a constitutionally protected right to engage in peaceful protest, but the government can impose "time, place, and manner" restrictions on speech. Read more about the Rights of Protesters.
  • Click here for Arizona State Capitol Grounds regulations on assembly and protesting.  Contact the Arizona Legislative Council office for application and more information. 
  • Taking photographs of things that are plainly visible from public spaces is a constitutional right. Know your rights when you photograph law enforcement. 
  • Information on Phoenix camping ordinences and other Know Your Rights information for those who are Homeless in Phoenix.


Immigrants' Rights


Prisoner's Rights


 Racial Justice


Students' Rights


Voting Rights


LGBT Rights


 Privacy and Technology


 Reproductive Rights