Brandon is the Director of the ACLU’s Criminal Law Reform Project. He was previously Deputy Director for Smart Justice Litigation and has been with the Criminal Law Reform Project since 2012. His work focuses on reforming pretrial justice, expanding the right to counsel, juvenile sentencing, and residency restrictions for former sexual offenders. Prior to the ACLU, Brandon worked at the Equal Justice Initiative and the Civil Rights Bureau of the New York State Attorney General’s Office. He is a 2006 graduate of New York University Law School, where he was a Root-Tilden Kern and AnBryce Scholar. Following law school he clerked for the Honorable Janet C. Hall of the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut.
Feb 2, 2023
The Untold Story of Black Pittsburgh's Alternative to Police
Jan 23, 2018
Dallas County Violates People’s Rights by Keeping Them in Jail for Being Poor
Sep 28, 2017
When Prosecutors Decide Who Keeps Their Public Defender, Injustice Is Certain
Aug 8, 2017
In Louisiana, a Private Company Is Operating a Court-Approved Shakedown
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Justice Has a Waiting List in New Orleans
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Three Years in a Cage. No Charges and No Lawyer.
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What Are the Memphis Police Hiding?
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Police Abuse of Power, Plain and Simple, in Etowah County, Alabama
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All Kids Sentenced to Die in Michigan Prisons Get Second Chance