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Announcement :: Education
WRONGFUL CONVICTIONS EVENT TONIGHT!!!!
16 Nov 2007
LIFE AFTER DEATH ROW


Join us for a forum on wrongful convictions featuring Ronald Keine, a former death row prisoner, victimized by prosecutorial misconduct and later exonerated.
LIFE AFTER DEATH ROW


Join us for a forum on wrongful convictions featuring Ronald Keine, a former death row prisoner, victimized by prosecutorial misconduct and later exonerated.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16TH 2007 5:30-7:00pm
Suffolk University Law School
Large Moot Court Room, Room 425
All are invited to join our guest speakers for drinks and appetizers in the Faculty Dining Room after the forum!!!!!!

Additional Guest Speakers:
Michael Avery, Esq. – Professor Suffolk University Law School
- Professor Avery is one of the nation’s leading civil rights attorneys and recently helped secure a $101.7 million judgment last July on behalf of four men who were framed for a 1965 gangland murder in Chelsea and spent decades in prison. Professor Avery is also the former President of the National Lawyers Guild.
Stephen Hrones, Esq. – Hrones, Garrity & Hedges
- A long time member of the National Lawyers Guild, Attorney Hrones has represented four wrongfully convicted persons in Suffolk County since 2000 and regularly represents clients charged with murder.

Sponsored by the National Lawyers Guild, the Black Law Student Association, the SULS American Civil Liberties Union, the American Constitution Society, and
Witness to Innocence.

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