Bradley S. Bridge graduated from the University of Washington in 1976 and from Harvard Law School in 1979. He has been representing criminal defendants since 1979, first with the Chicago office of the Illinois Appellate Defender and, for the last 24 years, at the Defender Association of Philadelphia. For over two decades, Brad has been involved in reopening convictions due to police corruption. This began in 1995 in light of the 39th District police scandal and has continued through the Bureau of Narcotics corruption, multiple police district scandals and is currently involved in reopening convictions involving narcotics squads. To date he has had over 1,200 convictions voided due to police corruption.