You have the RIGHT to...
• Ask to be referred to by the name you choose and the pronouns you choose (he/him/his, she/her/hers, ze/hir/hirs, etc.)
• Wear clothing of your choice true to your gender identity
• Use the restroom facilities best aligned with your gender identity
• Whenever possible, be supervised by a person whose gender matches your gender identity during court-ordered drug testing
• Keep your sexual orientation and gender identity private if you want to, UNLESS the court determines it is relevant to the case
• Keep medical information private, UNLESS the court determines it is relevant to the case. If you are transgender and transitioning, details about your transition are considered private medical information
• Talk with an attorney if you do not agree with the judge's decision of what is relevant in your case.
The court (including the judge, court officers, and any other court employee) CANNOT...
• Discriminate or show bias against you because of your gender identity or sexual orientation
• Force you to hide your sexual orientation or gender identity
• Force you to share information about your sexual orientation or gender identity, UNLESS the court determines it is relevant to the case.