Juries Question Cops, Drug War: Ga. Prosecutor

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Ending a 21-year career as a prosecutor, Georgia’s DeKalb County District Attorney J. Tom Morgan offers some blunt warnings, says the Atlanta Journal-Constitution: • People increasingly don’t trust cops, meaning that more juries vote to acquit defendants. • Frustration of victims who don’t see offenders held accountable could invite vigilante justice. • Many citizens see
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