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Invest in Legal Equalizer

The company that makes encounters with law enforcement safer for everybody

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Fares interviewed Legal Equalizer on August 26, 2021. Play Video
Fares Ksebati
CEO of MySwimPro
Strengths
says, "Strong foundation of initial users. The concept of people willing to pay for their safety is something that will continue in time and now it's a matter of what technology can support this."
Advice
says, "Focus on one business model. It's important to have a strong value proposition for one group of people then scale from there. Best of luck!"

What Investors Say

LEAD INVESTOR
Invested $2,000 this round + $102,275 previously
Mbye Njie is a textbook example of “investing in people, not just products.” He is the person that you want to be in the room with, the person who has a vision that you want to be a part of. I invested because some people are just special, and you know they will do amazing things. I’m just happy I was lucky enough to be a part of this journey with Mbye and Legal Equalizer.

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In the news

Legal Equalizer App Aims To Fight Racial Profiling By Police
June 17, 2021
In 2014, not long after the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., Mbye Njie decided he'd had enough. He'd just been pulled over by a police officer for the third time in one month and mistakenly informed there was a warrant out for his arrest.
The App Combating Racial Profiling In Traffic, Immigration Stops
June 17, 2021
It was in December 2014, just months after unrest had begun to take root in Ferguson, Missouri, over police brutality against Black people following the fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, that Mbye Njie found himself being pulled over police three times in just under two weeks in Dekalb County.
He says he was tired of being profiled and stopped by police. So he created this app.
June 17, 2021
Imagine you're driving and, behind you, a police officer turns on blue lights. You hear sirens and pull over. You lower your window as the officer approaches. If the officer suspects you've been drinking, do you have the right to refuse to take a field sobriety test or blow into a blood-alcohol reader?
Legal Equalizer App Looks to Hold Police Accountable During Traffic Stops
June 17, 2021
For Black Americans, getting pulled over by police can be a more than terrifying experience, particularly when alone and other witnesses are out of sight. Mbye Njie said he founded the Legal Equalizer app to add a layer of protection for drivers and to hold officers accountable by recording interactions and even dialing-in witnesses.
Legal Equalizer's Mbye Njie takes 'A Seat at the Table' with Munson Steed - Rolling Out
February 17, 2021
Mbye Njie is in a special class of entrepreneurs with an extraordinary product. He is a key component in an elite team of business innovators from the Cox Enterprises Social Impact Accelerator Powered by Techstarscommitted to effecting social change using technological applications.
Legal Equalizer App May Save Your Life When Pulled Over
July 6, 2016
Seeing the video of the arrest of Sandra Bland-the Texas woman found hanged in a jail cell on July 13 after she was arrested for a minor traffic violation- was life-changing for Mbye Njie.
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