Larry Rogers, Jr. Featured in Chicago Defender

Posted By Power Rogers & Smith, P.C. || Jan 21, 2016

Larry Rogers, Jr.Attorney Larry Rogers, Jr. was featured in the publication Chicago Defender as one of “Chicago’s Legal Crusaders.”

“Larry Rogers, Jr. is not your ordinary attorney,” explains Mary Datcher in her article for Chicago Defender. “His reputation as a trial attorney is as prodigious as his record for winning cases for his clients.”

Attorney Larry Rogers, Jr. of Power Rogers & Smith, L.L.P. was recently featured in the Chicago Defender as one of Chicago’s Legal Crusaders. Chicago is regularly in the news for its sports and politics, but in recent months, the City has been the center of national attention over problems relating to gun violence, police-involved shootings and associated misconduct.

Consequently, Chicago Defender wanted to focus on the attorneys representing victims of such alleged misconduct. As the attorney representing the families of Bettie Jones and Sandra Bland, Larry Rogers, Jr. was a natural choice.

You can read the full story in the Chicago Defender: In the Name of Justice: Chicago’s Legal Crusaders

You can also read more about Larry Roger, Jr.’s handling of the Bettie Jones and Sandra Bland cases on our legal blog.

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