Oral Arguments on Police Unions’ Appeal of Denial to Intervene in Stop and Frisk Case

Oral Arguments on Police Unions’ Appeal of Denial to Intervene in Stop and Frisk Case

Please join CCR for oral arguments in Floyd v. the City of New York at 1:00 pm on Wednesday, October 15.

 

In late July, U.S District Court Judge Analisa Torres rejected the police unions’ motions to intervene in our federal stop and frisk class action lawsuit, Floyd v. the City of New York. The police unions  appealed that decision and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit set oral arguments on the appeal for October 15, 2014.

Pack the Court for Floyd

 

On October 15th, CCR will argue against the police unions’ attempt to intervene in our stop and frisk case to try to further stall a court-ordered joint reform process.

What: Oral Arguments in Floyd v. City of New York
When
: 1:00 pm (we suggest arriving at least by 12:00 pm to allow enough time to pass through security. ID will likely be required to enter the courthouse.)
Where
: Court of Appeals, Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse, 40 Foley Square 15th Floor, New York, NY

Learn more about our landmark case and our advocacy around stop and frisk.

Date 

Add to My Calendar Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Last modified 

October 9, 2014