Criminal Justice Rises on Presidential Campaign Agenda

Tough-on-crime rhetoric is out of fashion, but the Paris terrorist attacks and crime spikes in some U.S. cities have prompted presidential candidates too scramble to differentiate themselves on issues of law and order, reports the Associated Press. “You don’t have everyone saying they’re tough on crime,” said Inimai Chettiar of the Brennan Center for Justice.
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