Criminal Defense Training
Read Ameer's most recent publication on addiction and criminal justice reform published in the Northern Kentucky Tribune. It was cited in another good article published in the Kentucky Law Journal. The "war on drugs" has long since failed. Criminal justice's favorite tool has always been a hammer so they continue seeing every problem as a nail. We are not going to incarcerate, or hammer, our way out of addiction (or other criminal justice issues such as socioeconomic, institutional, and cognitive biases) so further criminalization and harsher penalties, especially when unevenly enforced, only continues to irreparably destroy the lives of people we all could otherwise help and save.
Sincere gratitude to all that helped make this happen and those who found the strength and courage to share their knowledge, experiences, and heartbreaking stories with the world. For all the lives lost to addiction, we will not stop fighting for what is right. Your lives are not forgotten. Life is too easily taken for granted. We all must do better. Continued criminalization is not a solution.
Criminal defense & personal injury lawyer, Ameer E. Mabjish, and his uncle, film producer Julian Starks, speak during a news interview about the documentary.
The felony charges against our client in this case, including assault on a police officer, were ultimately dropped. The bouncers were wrong. The police officer was wrong. Our client was not guilty.
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