Gabriel Taye’s mother, Cornelia Daniels, is featured in this Local 12 story about how she channels her grief over her eight year old son’s suicide from bullying into making “Hero Packs” for local school children to help combat bullying. Jennifer Branch is representing Gabriel’s mom in a civil rights case against school officials. The lawsuit explains how school officials knew of the bullying Gabriel suffered in elementary school, but did not alert his parents or stop the bullying. Only after his mother found Gabriel hanging from his bunk bed did she learn about the bullying at school when the school released this video of Gabriel unconscious in the bathroom. It has been over three years since Gabriel died, but his mother’s grief is unabated.
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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...
This morning, the United States Supreme Court struck down a Louisiana law requiring abortion providers to have admitting privileges at nearby...