ACLU of North Carolina
PO Box 28004
Raleigh, NC 27611
FOR LEGAL HELP: If you believe your civil liberties or civil rights have been violated and would like to receive help from the ACLU of North Carolina, learn more about our intake process. All requests for legal assistance must be submitted in writing by mail or through our online form. Because of the high volume of requests we receive, we are not able to respond to everyone who seeks assistance. Additional guidance and resources are also available on our online form.
The ACLU of North Carolina does not dispense general legal advice, provide emergency services, or make referrals to attorneys. We do not handle matters that happen outside the state of North Carolina.
The ACLU does not generally assist in the types of cases listed below, though there are exceptions:
- Criminal defense or post-conviction appeals
- Family Court proceedings, including divorce, custody disputes, and child protective matters
- Property disputes
- Tax problems
- Consumer complaints
- Housing matters, including landlord-tenant disputes and building code issues
- Complaints about lawyers or judges
- Employment matters