What to Do When Stopped by the Police

Photo by Evan Carter

The Michigan Children's Law Center sponsored a presentation on "What To Do When Stopped by the Police" for the students at Loyola High School on Monday, June 6. The program was the eighth of its kind organized, planned and facilitated by MCLC Attorney Robyn L. McCoy. Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Michael Riordan gave opening remarks, expressing the importance of the youth learning how to engage properly with the police. Attorney McCoy remarked on the importance of the youth gaining the knowledge necessary to ensure that they get home safely to their family and friends. The panelists for the event were Detroit Brian Fountain, Criminal Defense Attorney Todd Perkins, Judge David Perkins, Thirty-Six District Court and Deputy Chief Brian Morrow, Wayne County Prosecutor's Office. Pictured are (l-r) Michigan Court of Appeals Judge Michael Riordan, Director of Advancement for Loyola High School Bill McGrail, Principal Wyatt Jones, Deputy Chief Brian Morrow, Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, Thirty-Six Judge David Perkins, Detroit Police Detective Brian Fountain, Criminal Defense Attorney Todd Perkins, MCLC Attorney Robyn L. McCoy.

Published: Wed, Jul 06, 2016

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