Are the Courts Ill-Equipped to Lead Police Reform?

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After juries acquitted police officers in prominent Minnesota and Oklahoma shootings, many experts are concluding that the courts may be ill-equipped to lead the debate over police reform, reports the Christian Science Monitor. Police officers are rarely convicted criminally. Only one officer involved in a controversial post-Ferguson police shooting has been convicted: Michael Slager, who fatally shot . . .

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