Todd has been an advocate for the indigent people of Baltimore as an attorney in the Public Defender's office since 2003. He has tried over 80 jury trials and litigated countless judge trials, hearings, and motions. He has also represented clients in family court, conducted civil probation hearings, and defended clients in Maryland District Court. He completed the prestigious National Criminal Defense College in Macon, Georgia in 2010. He has given seminars to colleagues on issues like jury selection. Additionally, Todd writes and speaks in the community about equal justice issues such as bail inequities and illegal stops and seizures. Todd's articles have been published on CNN.com, and in the Washington Post and the New York Times among other outlets.
Caryn York is the Director of Policy and Strategic Partnerships at the Job Opportunities Task Force. She is an experienced government relations professional, coalition builder, and fierce community advocate who seeks to improve outcomes for low-wage workers in Maryland.
Kwame Rose is a community organizer and social activist from Baltimore, MD.
Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017Time: 7pm-8:30pmLocation: Motor House 120 W. North Ave., 3rd Floor Baltimore, MD 21201