Civil Rights Chief: Biased Enforcement Feeds Distrust

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The chief of the U.S. Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division, speaking this week at an Atlanta symposium, said she and her colleagues “see a very clear link” between the criminalization of poverty by law enforcement authorities and the growing distrust of police and the government by the public, reports Law.com. “Unconstitutional policing undermines . . .

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