Crime and Justice
Over the past 40 years, federal criminal law has exploded in size and scope while deteriorating in quality.
VIRTUAL EVENT: The “Minneapolis Effect”: Hostility Toward Law Enforcement, Police Officer Passivity, and the Rise of Violent Crime
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