About 500 attorneys at large Manhattan firms have volunteered to help with a Legal Aid Society clinic focused on assisting people who have been victims of police misconduct amid New York City’s ongoing protests for racial justice, Legal Aid announced Thursday.

The “Cop Accountability Clinic” will help protesters who were falsely arrested or faced other misconduct file complaints against individual officers with the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board, according to a Legal Aid news release.

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