Want to be a part of what we're doing?
We are thrilled you've landed here. We're still getting our footing and there simply not that many ways to participate in what we're doing just yet. But, if you like what you've seen so far and want to stay connected with us, you can start here:
1. Like us on Facebook. It's easy, free, and we won't flood you with multiple status updates each day. And, insane though it may be, we live in a world where credibility is measured by "likes." This means that you taking a second to click this button actually makes our voice louder. Please like us and tell your friends to do the same.
2. Follow the blog. No, it hasn't been updated for a while. But that just makes following it even easier; there's less work to do. As we complete our upcoming trial in mid-January, will begin periodic updates on the blog. And if you have managed to get through this quagmire of written content without being alienated so far, you'll likely enjoy it.
3. Check back soon for more info on our RocketHub campaign. Prosecuting a civil rights case through trial can cost upwards of $30,000 in out-of-pocket costs: Unlike attorneys, expert witness fees, court costs, deposition transcripts, and private investigators all require payment whether the suit is successful or not. The government relies on the reality that it is cost-prohibitive for most people to prosecute their claims. Next month, we will be launching a RocketHub campaign, soliciting donations of $15. The donations will be used for a revolving fund for our clients to afford the out-of-pocket costs of litigation. Follow us on Facebook for more information when we launch.