Benjamin Crump from "You the Jury" is one of the attorneys featured in the FOX reality series.

Attorney Benjamin Crump and his legal prowess and success have created a significant legal legacy that ensures that the promise found in our nation's constitution is indeed real in every state, municipality and neighborhood. He was nationally recognized in 2014 as a NNPA Newsmaker of the Year, The National Trial Lawyers Top 100 Lawyers and Ebony Magazine's Power 100 Most Influential African Americans. He was also bestowed the American Association for Justice Johnny Cochran Award, the Alpha Kappa Alpha Eleanor Roosevelt Medallion for Service, the NAACP Thurgood Marshall Award and the SCLC Martin Luther King Servant Leader Award. In 2016, he was designated as an Honorary Fellow by the University of Pennsylvania College of Law.

Attorney Crump serves on the Innocence Project Board of Directors, was the first African American to chair Florida State University College of Law's Board of Directors, and served as the 73rd President of the National Bar Association. He has represented some of the most high profile cases in the United States, like the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Robbie Tolan and nine of the Black women who were the victims in the Holtzclaw Oklahoma City Police rape case in 2015. He also served as Board Chairman of the Legal Services of North Florida, to which he and his legal partner donated $1 million dollars to ensure that poor people would continue to have quality legal representation and access to the courts.



Crump is married to Dr. Genae Angelique Crump and is the proud father of Brooklyn Zeta Crump.


FACTS

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Age: 47 years old
Birthday: October 10, 1969
Wife: Dr. Genae Angelique Crump (1 child)





Viewers Hand Down the Verdict in 'You the Jury' — Premiering Friday, April 7, the new FOX reality series will feature six top attorneys, who've represented some of the nation's biggest celebrities, arguing their cases on some of the nation's most controversial civil cases each week for America's vote. Read more...





 
 
 
 
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