The ACLU of Nevada collects details about interactions with law enforcement at Burning Man to identify potential problems and establish possible patterns of behavior.
By filing a complaint, the ACLU of Nevada is not agreeing to take your case or provide other types of assistance. Unless and until the ACLU agrees to take your case, you are solely responsible for any and all statute of limitations or other deadlines that might apply to your specific situation.
If you received a ticket or citation and need legal assistance, please contact a private attorney or Lawyers for Burners, a volunteer organization that helps participants find lawyers after they have been cited or arrested at the event or otherwise have issues with treatment by law enforcement personnel.
The ACLU of Nevada also will be at Burning Man to act as legal observers and to protect the rights of all Black Rock City citizens. Our camp is at False Idol and 5:20, with office hours from 2 - 6 pm daily.
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