ACLU Lawyer Heads to New Project to Fight for Civil Rights of Muslims, Immigrants

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Human rights lawyer Azadeh Shahshahani has joined Project South as its first-ever legal and advocacy director. She said she will continue the work she did at ACLU Georgia advocating for immigrants' rights and fighting discrimination against the Muslim and immigrant communities.

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    Will she also cover VAWA confidentiality in civil court within discovery during custody battles in mandatory disclosure courts?As per 8 USC § 1367 (a) (2) (emphasis added), penalties for disclosure of information for victims of VAWA are $5,000.During the coercive power exercises during custody battles between foreigners and Americans, the civil courts can coerce the VAWA victim into disclosing information that is strictly private.These VAWA victims however do not know how to report the respective individuals in court, they don‘t know the process and have a lack of legal representation.Pro bono attorneys such as Jonathan R. Levine prefer to help and represent abusers in these instances and are successful in this coercion.

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