Submit A Legal Complaint to the ACLU of Michigan
The ACLU of Michigan is a private, non-profit non-partisan organization dedicated to preserving and extending constitutional rights through litigation, legislation, organizing, and education. We usually become involved in cases (either by representing a party or submitting a "friend of the court" brief) only when we believe that we can advance civil liberties through a change in law or policy. And, since the Constitution is designed to protect people from abuse of power by the government, the ACLU primarily challenges the government, rather than private organizations or individuals. We encourage you to visit our state and national websites, www.aclumich.org and www.aclu.org, for more information about the scope of the ACLU's work.
If you wish to request legal assistance from the ACLU of Michigan, we strongly urge you to submit your complaint to us online using the form below. You may also write to us at 2966 Woodward Ave., Detroit, MI 48201, send us a fax at (313) 578-6811, or call us at (313) 578-6800 during our telephone intake hours between 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. on Monday or Wednesday.
If you contact us through the mail or by fax, we encourage you to print the form below and fill it in with the requested information. You may also include copies of paperwork or documentation to support your claim, but please do not send us any original documents, as we are unable to return them or store them in our office.