The murder trial against NYPD Officer Wayne Isaacs for killing unarmed Delrawn Small on a Brooklyn street in 2016 begins with opening statements on Monday, October 23. Help support Delrawn’s family by showing up to pack the courtroom with them throughout the trial.
Trial begins each day (except Tuesdays and November 10) at 9:30 am in Brooklyn Supreme Court, 320 Jay Street, Part 15. For morning attendance, arrive before 9 am to get through security/lines. Afternoon sessions begin after lunch around 2 pm. The trial is expected to end around November 15. The trial will NOT occur on any Tuesdays or on Friday, November 10 (Veterans Day).
Check the Facebook event page for updates: bit.ly/DelrawnSmallTrial
It’s important for us to demonstrate that our communities are closely watching this case to ensure justice is achieved. This is the first police killing that the New York State Attorney General will prosecute since the office was authorized to investigate such killings of civilians by a 2015 executive order. That executive order was advanced and won by family members of New Yorkers killed by police over past decades in partnership with Communities United for Police Reform (CPR) members and partners.