Dan Barrett has been an American Civil Liberties Union attorney for 12 years, serving as legal director for the Connecticut branch for the past five years in what the organization sees as often tumultuous times for civil liberties.

The Connecticut ACLU has been busy in recent months lending its name to a class action lawsuit calling for the release of many of the state’s prisoners due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The organization has also been forceful in its disapproval of how former Hartford State’s Attorney Gail Hardy handled four police-involved shootings.

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