Justin is an attorney born and raised in Baltimore who has spent the better part of his law career fighting wrongful convictions and unjust prison sentences. He and his team at Brown Law have overturned six life sentences, and counting. He is the founder of Project 6.
Linden is a recent graduate of the University of Maryland School of Law, where, as a student, she won the early parole of a woman who had been convicted of second-degree murder. Linden brings a wide array of organizational and legal skills to Project 6.
Lloyd, whose story partially inspired Project 6, was wrongfully convicted and served 34 years in prison for a crime he did not commit. Since his release three years ago he has become an advocate for other inmates throughout Maryland. Read more about Lloyd here.
Lily is an attorney at Brown Law who is vastly experienced in representing prisoners who have either been wrongly convicted or who are serving unjust prison sentences. She is a fierce advocate for criminal justice reform and ending mass incarceration.
Chuck is a life long resident of Baltimore City and an alumni of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. He is a 20 year veteran of the Commercial Real Estate lending industry and currently works for Citizens Bank. His many charitable/fund raising activities include Bourbon and Bow Ties.
Spence is a Civil Rights attorney at Loevy & Loevy, where she fights for clients pursuing justice after exoneration. Previously, Spence was the Reform and Training Counsel at the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers creating effective training programs.
Chris is a criminal defense attorney who is immensely experienced in both State and Federal court. He has dedicated his career to tirelessly fighting for his clients. Prior to founding his own law firm, Chris served as both an Assistant Public Defender and as an Assistant Federal Public Defender in Baltimore.
Dave is among the preeminent criminal defense attorneys in Maryland. In recent years he has handled some of the state’s most challenging and highest profile cases. He is currently of-counsel at Kramon & Graham in Baltimore.