Texas police may have violated the rights of 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed, who brought a clock to school that teachers assumed was a bomb. 

Getting ready to visit the White House.
Getting ready to visit the White House.

Irving, Texas police likely violated the civil rights of Ahmed Mohamed when they questioned him without his parents or an attorney present. The story has already created a national news frenzy and broad support for Ahmed on the Internet, including from Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and President Obama. Police reportedly denied Ahmed's requests to call his parents during his interrogation, which is quite clearly prohibited by Texas law:

A child may not be left unattended in a juvenile processing office and is entitled to be accompanied by the child’s parent, guardian, or other custodian or by the child’s attorney.

Sources: The Daily Beast