It's an uncomfortable conversation and one that is fraught with emotion.
In a judicial system tasked with providing equal justice to all, what role does race play in decision-making?
More than 15 percent of all criminal cases had a black defendant in Cumberland County, Maryland between 2010 and 2015, according to an analysis of court records.
However, the U.S. Census Bureau reports that only about 3 percent of the county's population is black.
During the . . .
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