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    Legal Funding = Legal Justice

    Over half a dozen states have already introduced bills to regulate legal funding, but what exactly is legal funding…


    Our client, Legal Funding Central is the first socially responsible, online marketplace for legal funding, connecting plaintiffs with investors in order to offer them upfront capital needed to pursue rightful claims against well-financed defendants. Legal funding can be very beneficial for plaintiffs in a variety of lawsuits but most don’t even know legal funding is available or an option to them.

    Behind the scenes, this topic is buzzing but the public knows very little about it and we would love to work with you to put to rest some common misconceptions about the industry.

    LFC provides a majority of resources for plaintiffs to make the best decision when it comes to legal funding, including the rate calculator and comprehensive guides to learn more about legal funding. Funding is available for any kind of lawsuit whether you're a single person or a business and your readers will appreciate knowing that if a plaintiff doesn't win their case, they will owe nothing back to the funder. This gives them the freedom to exercise their constitutional rights to a trail, while not feeling the financial pressure to settle for less than their case it's worth.

    We are happy to simply offer more information of Legal Funding and Legal Funding Central, scheduling an interview with founder Dylan Beynon or working with you to create a broader story on legal funding. We can provide resources and infographics from Legal Funding Central that will better help explain the industry, its benefits and options.

    BIO: Dylan Beynon, Founder
    Founder and CEO of Legal Funding Central, Dylan Beynon has a proven track record for building technology companies that make a positive impact among thousands of consumers in various markets. In 2014, Beynon founded and launched Legal Funding Central, a New York City startup developed with a mission to eliminate the financial barriers in the U.S. justice system.

    Previously, Beynon co-founded Voter’s Friend, a civic engagement startup that connected highly engaged voters with political candidates by aggregating hyper local government and election data to give voters a geo-personalized, real-time ballot. In 2014,Democracy.com acquired Voter's Friend in order to create the most comprehensive searchable database of American elected officials, candidates, and political organizations. Democracy.com has grown into the nation's largest social network for politics and was awarded the Best Online Fundraising Platform of 2014 by Campaigns & Elections and Best Technology Innovation of 2014 at the Pollie Awards.

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    “McJustice”


    I am writing to you about the 50th anniversary of a landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling: March 18th will mark 50 years since the Gideon v. Wainwright decision, where the Court held that people accused of crimes who cannot afford a lawyer must be provided with counsel. Shockingly, a half a century after Gideon, many of our criminal courts dispose of cases with a “meet ‘em and plead ‘em” system that has been described as “McJustice.”

    Guilty pleas account for about 95 percent of criminal convictions. In many courts, poor people are processed without lawyers, including pleading guilty in groups, or after speaking with a lawyer they’ve never met and will never see again for 3-5 minutes. The risk of convicting the innocent is high, leaving the real perpetrators to remain free.

    The 50th anniversary of Gideon presents a time to assess the right to counsel in America. A system where all the key actors (judges, prosecutors and defense attorneys) ignore the most fundamental constitutional rights lacks legitimacy and credibility.

    Stephen Bright, President and Senior Counsel at the Southern Center on Human Rights in Atlanta, has spent a lifetime representing indigent defendants. Mr. Bright has argued and won two cases before the Supreme Court, where he got death sentences overturned because of racial discrimination. He has received the American Bar Association’s Thurgood Marshall Award and teaches at Yale Law School and the University of Georgia School of Law.

    For background, attached please find an advance copy of “Fifty Years of Defiance and Resistance After Gideon v. Wainwright” by Mr. Bright and Sia Sanneh, an attorney with the Equal Justice Initiative in Montgomery, Alabama, which will be published in the Yale Law Journal.

    For planning purposes, Mr. Bright will be in Washington, D.C. attending Gideon-related events at the Department of Justice on March 15, 2013 and The Constitution Project on March 18, 2013.

    http://www.americanbar.org/

    Margot Friedman for Southern Center on Human Rights
    202-332-5550 or 202-330-9295 (c)

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BLACK / AFRICAN AMERICANS & THE LEGAL SYSTEM
   

  1. Criminal Justice Degree...
    CriminalJusticeDegree.com is a non-profit site created to promote better understanding of the field of criminal justice as well as provide an unbiased source where students can see the many accredited schools which offer criminal justice degrees.

  2. Criminal Justice Degree Resources...
    Occupations and career paths in criminal justice range widely, from correctional and probation officers to lawyers, and everything in between. Visit this website to learn more about the criminal justice system, including the specific crimes, case studies, support groups and outreach programs, as well as laws and regulations, utilize the following articles.

  3. Inglewood Notary Public Services ...
    We provide On-demand Notary Public service to the residence , businesses , and the community in need of notary service in Inglewood & Los Angeles, California.

  4. Invention Protection Associates...
    African-American patent law firm providing the intellectual property law services that African-Americans need in order to protect their inventions, brand names, logos and other original creations and be able to profit from them.

  5. Law Office of Golding & Associates PLLC ...
    Golding & Associates PLLC is an African American law firm with over ten years experience with offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan, in New York. Our areas of practice are in landlord and tenant, criminal defense, Real estate, commercial and civil litigation, immigration, personal injury and divorce.

  6. Loren Miller Bar Association...
    An organization to support lawyers and connect them with communities.

  7. Music Attorney...
    Los Angeles based music and entertainment law firm. Counsel for production, publishing, licensing, management, copyright issues.

  8. Music Law...
    Counseling and representation of recording industry businesses and artists, drafting and negotiation of recording industry contracts.

  9. Prepaid Legal (Aladriene D McCreary Independent Associate) ...
    Learn about a service that could save you time, money, and provide peace of mind for you and your family.Prepaid Legal services.

  10. Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc....
    Pre-Paid Legal Services Inc. with Dee Mc Creary.

  11. Race, Racism in American Law...
    Race, Racism and the Law considers race, racism and racial distinctions in the law.

  12. Tax Man 2000...
    Ohio Municipal Income Tax Service Inc, was founded in 1992 as a tax consulting company.

  13. The Document Diva...
    Mobile Notary & Loan Signing Agent. Notarizing all types of documents and Apostille services.

  14. Willis and Associates Law Group...
    For assistance in injury claims, workers compensation, divorce, criminal cases and immigration cases, contact our firm today. Our law firm is committed to aggressively fighting for our clients. Contact us today for a free case evaluation.












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