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David Lane - Killmer, Lane and Newman

Mr. Lane has represented numerous individuals in First Amendment freedom of speech cases. His civil rights practice includes lawsuits against the police, prisons and jails alleging police brutality, lack of medical care and other constitutional violations of human rights. He represents plaintiffs who have alledged race, age, sex, disability and religious discrimination in the workplace.   Mr. Lane has been an adjunct professor of law at both the University of Colorado School of Law and the University of Denver School of Law, having taught Criminal Trial Advocacy, Professional Responsibility, and Death Penalty Jurisprudence for many years. Mr. Lane has appeared in the national news media as an expert commentator on civil rights and criminal defense issues. He has received many awards for his work.
Micheal Frandina - Askman Law Firm

Mr. Frandina practices law as a member of Askman Law LLC. Mr. Frandina's litigation practice includes representing clients in the firm’s environmental, tribal and natural resource practice areas, as well as litigating general civil matters such as breach of contract and other business claims, health and employment law matters, and regulatory issues. He is also committed to representing pro bono clients. Before joining Askman Law LLC, Mr. Frandina was a commercial litigation associate in an international law firm’s New York office and a national law firm’s Denver office.  Mr. Frandina is authorized to practice law in Colorado and New York.
Jason Flores-Williams

Mr. Flores- Williams has represented some of the most high profile criminal defense clients in the world. His cases have been covered in the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN. Mr. Flores-Williams grew up with a father in prison. He brought himself up from poverty to become a criminal defense attorney. Mr. Flores-Williams fights against oppression in all forms, including the oppression of nature by fighting to instill rights of nature to rivers and other natural communities.
Larry Hildes

Mr. Hildes is a Bellingham, Washington based civil rights attorney specializing in the civil rights of demonstrators in both criminal and civil cases, the Rights of Journalists, issues of domestic spying and surveillance, police misconduct, and race, gender, and sexual orientation discrimination.  He has been in practice for 21 + years and has litigated cases on the rights of demonstrators and journalists around the country and in British Columbia, Canada.  In the past few years, he has been focusing on cases involving spying on activists by civilian law enforcement and the military, and representing anti-fossil fuel demonstrators both criminally and defending against SLAPP Suits.  He has successfully argued for and gone to trial with the Necessity Defense in several states.