Crime Federalization Nears “National Police Power”

Print
The federal government has broadly extended its power to fight common crimes, from murder to unpaid child support. Critics say needless federal prosecutions waste money, jeopardize civil rights, and divert law enforcement from true national threats, says the Associated Press. Such cases “clog the federal courts and utilize very limited federal resources in matters that
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.