NLG Emergency Chapter Meeting -- Thursday, Feb 2, 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

01/30/2017 15:53
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Come join us plan how to resist Trump. Chapter meeting, Thursday, Feb 2nd from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the UW Law School


NLG Demonstration Support Hotline 206-422-4663

As free people, we all have certain rights that we lose unless we exercise them. Freedom of speech and freedom of assembly are two important rights that we must zealously guard. The right to remain silent and the right to counsel are two other rights. If you are approached by police officers and questioned, be polite but do not engage them in conversation – state, “I wish to remain silent and wish to have an attorney” and nothing else. You can also ask the officer, “Am I free to leave,” and if the officer says “yes,” then leave. Know that anything you say will be turned and twisted and manipulated to make you look guilty. If you are not a citizen of the U.S., do not answer any questions about your immigration status. You cannot lie to the police, but you have no obligation to say anything to them if approached on the street. If the police want to search you or your property without a warrant, tell them you are not consenting to any such searches. Do not physically resist, but do not agree to searches. If you have questions about your rights while protesting today or if you have information about an arrest, call the demonstration hotline at 206-422-4663.


NLG Legal Observer Training -- Feb 14, 2017 12:00 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

12/10/2016 10:00
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The Seattle NLG Chapter will hold a Legal Observer training session on Tuesday, 2/14/17 from noon to 1:30 p.m. UW Law School, Rooms 115 ABC This is mostly aimed at lawyers, law students and legal workers


Chapter Meeting -- 11/17/16 7:00 p.m.; UW Law School

11/17/2016 19:00
11/17/2016 21:00
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What Do We Need to Do in the Age of Trump? A discussion and formulation of plans for coming struggles. We need to build for what is coming. All are welcome. When:Thursday, November 17, 2016; 7:00 p.m Where: Room 133 UW Law School If there are issues entering the building, call Sophia at 917-941-7777 or Brenda at 206-799-3910 to get in.


NLG Demonstration Support Hotline and Request for Legal Observers

01/30/2017
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The Seattle Chapter of the NLG has a number for emergency support during demonstrations -- 206-422-4663. It is not fully staffed, so please do leave a message and we will try to get back to you. If you are requesting legal observers for a demonstration, email us at nationallawyersguildseattle@gmail.com Contact us ahead of time so we can get people to the event. We do not automatically send LOs without requests.


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