Jarrett Adams is this week’s guest on the #NYTReadalong. He is a top criminal defense, civil rights attorney and is the author of REDEEMING JUSTICE: From Defendant to Defender, My Fight for Equity on Both Sides of a Broken System.
As an innocent man convicted of a crime he did not commit, Mr. Adams had to learn the law to free himself. As he unraveled the complexities of the legal system, he discovered just how deeply flawed it is. Poorly conceived and badly written laws keep innocent citizens in jail longer than necessary, rob individuals of their rights even before conviction, keep others from fully exercising their constitutionally protected rights, and unnecessarily stretch out civil negotiations.
Whether it’s for a criminal trial proceeding, to counter a civil rights violation, free a wrongly convicted person, or negotiate a fair settlement in a civil matter, Jarrett Adams and his team of legal experts stand with their clients every step of the way.
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