Charlotte lawyer Tim Emry said he was encouraged by Trosch’s order ...Continue Reading →
What a busy week and half it has been.
Many of my friends have reached out and asked “How are you passing time with no court?”
As much as I would love to answer about how I have been catching up on TV and movies and doing all sorts of wonderful cooking, I have been working with other wonderful attorneys and activists to try to advocate for some of the most vulnerable people in our community: the folks that are ...
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Tim Emry is an attorney who is frequently inside the courthouse. He says all week he’s been thinking about the possible spread of COVID-19.
“Courtroom 1130 is like a big giant movie theater, there’s 100 people ...Continue Reading →
Had an opportunity to participate in a day of service at the courthouse yesterday and it filled me with optimism and the realization that it is an imperative for Criminal Defense Attorneys to work to provide access and fight for the oppressed people in our society.
We continue to suffer with police making arrests and stops for illegitimate and racially biased reasons. We continue to suffer in a system that is cold and heartless.
All of the actors in the Criminal Justice ...Continue Reading →
The week is not over yet, but it has already been a rollercoaster.
More protests, more marching, more arrests of peaceful protestors.
I am working alongside several other wonderful lawyers to provide legal assistance to many of the arrested protestors. Most of the people I have met are educated and do not have a criminal record. They are decent people who were arrested for invoking their constitutional rights to speak out against injustice. This will be a long struggle and this cases ...Continue Reading →
What a week. I don’t think Charlotte has seen anything like this week in quite sometime.
I came home from an Dismantling Racism workshop Tuesday evening to learn that there had been ANOTHER CMPD Officer involved shooting and death earlier in the day. To no surprise, the victim was a Black Male. I turned on the TV to see pictures of a small protest going on in the University area. I watched the sights and sounds for most of the night.
On ...Continue Reading →