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Proposed Changes to the Criminal Justice System

January 29, 2015
The Sentencing Project's Executive Director Marc Mauer discusses proposed changes to the nation’s criminal justice system and how the next attorney general could affect these policies on C-SPAN.  

“We have two systems of justice: one for the rich, and one for the poor,” Marc Mauer told C-SPAN host Greta Wodele Brawner this morning.

The Sentencing Project’s Executive Director was on C-SPAN discussing proposed changes to the nation’s criminal justice system, including sentencing reform and changes to death penalty laws, as well as how the next attorney general could affect these policies.

Watch the segment below or on the C-SPAN website.

 
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