Today we’d like to introduce you to a young and dynamic lawyer Kweku Darfoor. Kweku, let’s start with your story. We’d love to hear how you got started and how the journey has been so far. I always wanted to... Read More →
CBS Miami’s Joan Murray reports on the ongoing trial for former police officer Nouman Raja, who shot and killed Corey Jones on the side of the road in October of 2015.
The Overtown Youth Center recently raised funds for local youth and their families during the fourth annual Zo’s Hoop Law 3-on-3 Charity Basketball Tournament on Mar. 31. The event benefits the Overtown Youth Center, a nonprofit organization that seeks to... Read More →
WPLG-10 News Anchor Calvin Hughes played hard. About that everyone agrees. So did Miami Mayor Francis Suarez. But the team representing Darfoor Law Firm showed their talents on a different type of court and emerged as the 2018 Zo’s Hoop-Law... Read More →
Officer Nouman Raja never showed a badge and wasn’t wearing anything that would indicate he was a police officer before he confronted Corey Jones on a highway offramp and shot him three times, killing him, lawyers for Jones’ family said... Read More →
On what would have been Corey Jones’ 33rd birthday, his family representatives Friday said the legal system is taking too long to provide justice in the police shooting that took his life. On Oct. 18, 2015, Jones was waiting for... Read More →
Attorneys Kweku Darfoor, of Darfoor Law Firm, and Benjamin Crump, of Parks & Crump, appearing on NewOneNow Roland Martin show to discuss the audio tape release in the shooting death of Corey Jones case.
As the 911 call begins, then-Palm Beach Gardens Police Officer Nouman Raja yells an expletive and is heard screaming for a man to drop the “gun right now!” With Wednesday’s release of Raja’s 911 call, it’s the first time his... Read More →
Read The Palm Beach Post’s complete coverage of Corey Jones’ shooting, MyPalmBeachPost.com/coreyjones An audio recording of the controversial shooting of Corey Jones by a Palm Beach Gardens police officer six months ago does exist, The Palm Beach Post has learned,... Read More →
FORT LAUDERDALE — More than five months after his son’s death, Clinton Jones, Sr. still gets angry every time he hears someone say that police officers wouldn’t shoot if young black men would just follow the rules. The angst in... Read More →