Happy Election Day! One of the big issues in this election is criminal justice and especially racial justice. George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Tamir Rice, and so on. Back in the early 80s, Miami was going through a similar time of racial tension.
This episode of the podcast will take us back to that time and examine a case where Roy Black represented a Hispanic police officer, Luis Alvarez, who was charged with the killing of a young Black man, Nevell Johnson.
This episode is available now on all podcast platforms including Apple, Spotify and Google.
I think you'll enjoy hearing from famed criminal defense lawyer Roy Black (who has represented William Kennedy Smith, Rush Limbaugh, Helio Castroneves, and Marv Albert just to name a few). This was the case that thrust Roy into the national spotlight, and he didn't disappoint. Check it out!
And a big thanks to those of you who listened to the premiere episode last week with Donna Rotunno, the lawyer that represented Harvey Weinstein (which is still available on Apple, Spotify, and Google).
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