Postindustrial Criminal Injustice Podcast

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Professor Cynthia Lee

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In the last five years, we’ve seen case after case of police killing unarmed civilians – even people running away. Usually, officers do not face charges; when they do, juries often acquit them. Does the law governing police use of force favor police? Our guest, Professor Cynthia Lee, is one of the leading thinkers on use of force law, and she’ll discuss proposed changes.

“Reforming the Law on Police Use of Deadly Force”
Maryland HB 1121

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