In an effort to address police misconduct and racial bias in the criminal justice system, the Jury Reform Initiative is launching a nationwide movement with a National Conference in Los Angeles on July 28, 2018 at 2pm at 120 South, Double Tree Conference Room BCD, Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012. It will be open to the public and attendance is free. Please RSVP by visiting the website at www.JuryReformInitiative.com.
The National Conference main presenter will be its director and founder Attorney Zulu Ali. Ali is a former Police Officer; U.S. Marine Corps veteran; Trial Attorney and Principal of the Law Office of Zulu Ali; radio talk show host of Justice Watch with Attorney Zulu Ali on NBC radio news affiliate station KCAA in Redlands, California; founder and director of the Stop and Frisk Academy, an organization that teaches at risk youth how to deal with police encounters; and he is the subject of the documentary Purpose and Freedom.
RSVP for the conference by visiting the website at www.JuryReformInitiative.com.