Jonathan Shapiro featured in Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as a Luminary in the Law

“Unafraid and unrelenting – Civil rights, criminal defense lawyer not one to shy away from hard cases. On June 21, 1964, three civil rights workers set off to investigate the burning of a black church in Neshoba County, Mississippi, when they had the misfortune of crossing paths with the local police. After being detained for several hours, the workers — one black and two white men, all in their 20s — were released into the clutches of members of the Ku Klux Klan, beaten and murdered.”

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