As a sign of solidarity with the Texans who are protesting George Floyd’s death in Minneapolis, criminal-defense attorneys in the Lone Star State’s major cities have pledged pro bono representation for arrested protesters.

Texas attorneys in Austin, Dallas and San Antonio are joining a national trend in which criminal-defense lawyers are taking cases of protesters’ cases for free. Other attorneys who have done the same hail from California, New York, Florida, and other states.

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