Law & Disorder: Criminal Justice on TV and in Real Life

Law & Disorder: Criminal Justice on TV and in Real Life

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If you watch Law & Order, everything makes sense: the police chase after violent criminals, the accused get a trial and sound defense, and justice is truly blind. But is that the reality in the United States? Watch a recording of the webcast featuring a video called Law & Disorder that compares the popular myths and sobering realities of American justice — followed by a panel discussion of experts from the nation's top justice groups.

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