Robert Triozzi to lead new "Day One Project" for Cleveland Marshall College of Law Criminal Justice Center


The ability to afford a lawyer is often the difference between a criminal defendant being released from jail while awaiting trial or having to remain behind bars.

So, the Cleveland Marshall College of Law’s Criminal Justice Center is addressing the issue with the “Day One Project,” a new initiate that teams law students with the Cuyahoga County Public Defender’s Office.

The goal is to provide crime suspects with the time and attention they need to adequately make their case for being released to a judge, time and attention that overtaxed public defenders can’t always provide.

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