CCR Attorney Sunita Patel will speak on a panel alongside partners from Latino Justice/PRLDEF, NY Drug Policy Alliance and Vera Institute of Justice about CCR's Floyd case and its impact on New York City Police Department policies and their practice of stop and frisk.
On October 31, 2013, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit granted the City's request for a stay on the stop-and-frisk remedies mandated by the Federal district court in Floyd v. City of New York. This does not mean that Floyd has not been overturned - only that the remedies ordered in Floyd have been postponed until the 2nd Circuit hears the City's appeal in earlier 2014. For FAQs about the recent decision, please click here.
What: Panel on the Impact of Floyd decisions on New York City Police Practices
Where: Brooklyn Law School, Subotnick Center-10th floor (2/3/4/5 to Borough Hall, A/C/F to Jay St)
When: Tuesday, November 12th at 6:30 p.m.
Sunita Patel, Attorney at Center for Constitutional Rights
Foster Maer, Senior Litigation Counsel at LatinoJustice/PRLDEF
Representative, New York Drug Policy Alliance
Representative, Vera Institute of Justice
Moderated by Professor Bennett Capers