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John Burris on the indictment of two Stockton cops for viciously...

The grand jury’s indictment of criminal acts by Stockton’s bad cops, Stiles and Villapudua, is a positive step towards achieving accountability and justice for the brutal malice perpetrated on Devin Carter and his family.

Four Stockton cops viciously beat Black student, 17 – Burris filing...

Police violence is raged against the people with impunity, ‘like a pack of wolves.’

Civil Rights attorney John Burris to represent the family of Danville...

The family of mentally impaired Tyrell Wilson, who died when Danville Police Officer Andrew Hall shot him in the face without facing accountability, may finally realize justice for the loss of the dear one they loved.

Shipyard homebuyers’ $6.3 million settlement with Lennar gets preliminary court approval

When we fight, we win! A hearing on the final approval of the $6.3 million settlement between the past and present homeowners in the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard and Lennar and Five Point will be heard in the U.S. District Court on Oct. 14, 2021. Tetra Tech will continue to feel the hot breath of the dragon for their apparent environmental racism, corruption and harm to citizens.

Attorney John Burris and Black Lives Matter announce legal action against...

Civil rights attorneys John Burris and Adante Pointer filed a legal claim against the Sacramento Sheriff’s Department on behalf of the 14-year-old boy who was brutally assaulted by Sacramento Sheriff Deputy Brian Fowell. Deputy Fowell is contracted out to the City of Rancho Cordova as a police officer.

Federal jury awards estate and family of Sahleem Tindle Jr. $6,343,000...

“The shooting was outrageous in that Tindle was shot in cold blood with his back to the officer while attempting to surrender,” said civil rights attorney John Burris after the $6 million-plus jury verdict was announced. BART Officer Joseph Mateu had fired three shots into Tindle’s back within seconds after arriving on the scene.

Earth Island Institute takes on Big Plastic

“These plastics peddlers knew that our nation’s disposal and recycling capabilities would be overrun, and their products would end up polluting our waterways.” – Earth Island Institute Board President Josh Floum

New racial discrimination claims filed against Clark Construction

Civil Rights Attorney John L. Burris held a press conference on Oct. 26 to announce he is filing racial discrimination lawsuits in the Superior Court of San Francisco on behalf of four African American men against Clark Construction Group-California, Inc., for creating a racially hostile work environment and for allowing the men to be subjected to harassment, intimidation and retaliation.

New reports show the entire Hunters Point Shipyard, one of the...

Daniel Hirsch, president of the nonprofit Committee to Bridge the Gap and former director of the Program on Environmental and Nuclear Policy at the University of California Santa Cruz, spoke with the press in advance of a community presentation at Hunters Point Shipyard. Many Shipyard residents have been frustrated with what they feel are less than forthcoming answers from the Navy and regulatory agencies regarding the radioactive contamination at the Shipyard.

Chinedu Okobi, unarmed Black father, tased to death by San Mateo...

Attorney John Burris and his law firm have been retained to represent the mother of Mr. Chinedu Okobi, the 36-year old African American man who was unarmed and repeatedly tasered and forcefully restrained by San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies until he fell unconscious and later died. He leaves behind a young daughter, grieving mother and a host of family, friends and colleagues.

Mario Woods’ mother and attorney John Burris call for Department of...

On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 18, a 10:30 a.m. press conference will be held by renowned civil rights attorney with his client Gwendolyn Woods, mother of Mario Woods, whose firing-squad-style execution by SFPD on Dec. 2 was recorded by several bystanders and relayed around the world. Mario was murdered in his own neighborhood, the gentrification pressured and police occupied Bayview Hunters Point, San Francisco’s last Black community.
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