DispatchJustice on Traffic Stops; AAAS and Civil Justice

Beyond the potential for physical harm that could result from a police traffic stop, there’s the often unfair expense of a traffic ticket and the time lost from work to fight it. We speak with Elizabeth Richardson, Arkansas lawyer and founder of DispatchJustice.com, on their efforts to make a lawyer available by smartphone when you’re stopped by the police.

– Connect on LinkedIn
– Visit the website

We also hear from Eduardo Gonzalez, a lawyer with deep roots in the access-to-justice movement, on the work of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences to close the civil justice gap.

– Read the report
– Connect on Twitter

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