March 9, 2015, Al Gerhardstein testified in front of Governor Kaisch’s task force on community police relations. He lifted up Cincinnati’s history and progress as lessons the state can draw from. He made seven concrete recommendations based on the Cincinnati experience. Read his testimony here.
Gerhardstein & Branch along with the Innocence Project announce Landmark Civil Rights Settlement with the City of Cincinnati for an Independent Audit of Homicide DNA Evidence
(Cincinnati, OH — September 14, 2020) The New York-based Innocence Project and Cincinnati law firm Gerhardstein & Branch have negotiated a...
Inside Your Police Force: A Black officer’s perspective and how history impacts community relations today
On Sunday, August 16, Tommy Britt would have turned 27 years old if he had not died after being denied medical help at the Hamilton County Jail...