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Marijuana Laws ‘Central’ to Justice Reform, Advocates Say

As protests against racism continue to march on across the country, conversations have sparked a new dialogue about policing and marijuana legalization. Advocates say “drug policy is a social justice issue” and that by legalizing marijuana, unwanted negative and racially-charged interactions with the police will subside.

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Video Trains Cops to Avoid Implicit Bias

Amid a series of high-profile incidents in which police have questioned “suspicious” Black men wearing masks during COVID-19, experienced law enforcement trainers are offering a primer for police.

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The Robot in the Courtroom

Could the robot driving your car become a witness against you? The growing sophistication of artificial intelligence tools poses special challenges about how to use the evidence they provide in criminal trials, according to a Swiss law professor.

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