Leid Stories – 12.02.15

Prosecuting Egregious Police Crimes: When the Law Is Out of Order

(Part 3: The Tamir Rice (Cleveland) and Jamar Clark (Minneapolis) Cases

Continuing this series on the legal issues and challenges involved in prosecuting police officers charged with killing civilians, Leid Stories discusses developments in the efforts to bring to trial cops implicated in the shooting deaths of Tamir Rice, 12, and Jamar Clark, 24.

“The People’s Attorney General” Alton H. Maddox Jr., who set many legal precedents litigating police-brutality and hate-crime cases in New York, continues as our legal expert, providing penetrating analyses of how these cases are proceeding.


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