June 08, 2023 Materials from Fraser v. City of New York available on firm website Filed under , Civil Rights , Police Misconduct , Prosecutorial Misconduct , Wrongful Conviction We are making available on our website the litigation materials from Fraser v. City of New York et al., No. 20-cv-04926 (S.D.N.Y.)—including previously confidential NYPD training materials, the trial transcript, and other exhibits and depositions. As discussed in previous postings here, and in coverage by Law360 (gated) and ProPublica, in Fraser, our firm won a $1,925,000 jury verdict against the City of New York and three NYPD detectives who caused the wrongful conviction of firm client Jawaun Fraser. The constitutional violations found by the jury included evidence fabrication, suppression of exculpatory and impeaching material in violation of Brady v. Maryland, and the City’s unlawful disclosure policy and failure to train officers. The materials from the Fraser case can be viewed and downloaded here.