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Sep 8 2017

Racial disparities in the criminal justice system: Eight charts illustrating how it – s stacked against blacks #racial #disparities #in #sentencing, #racial #disparities #in #arrest, #racial #discrimination #in #the #criminal #justice #system, #racial #discrimination #in #sentencing, #is #there #racial #discrimination #in #arrests, #are #police #racist, #criminal #justice #system #racist, #being #black #in #the #justice #system

# Eight Charts That Show How the Justice System Is Stacked Against Black Americans Eight Charts That Show How the Justice System Is Stacked Against Black Americans What It’s Like to Be Black in the Criminal Justice System In the year since Michael Brown was killed, Americans have focused their attention on the harsh treatment of black Americans at the hands of police. A shocking number have been killed in encounters with police, in the year since Ferguson and in the years before. Thousands more have suffered subtler forms of discrimination in the criminal justice system, where social science research …

Aug 11 2017

MINNESOTA DWI #faq, #minnesota, #dwi, #dui, #mn, #arrest,defense, #attorney,drunk #driving, #lawyer,minneapolis,st. #paul, #drunk #driving

# Frequently Asked Questions in Minnesota DWI/DUI/Impaired & Drunk Driving Cases What is the difference between DUI and DWI ? DUI typically means Driving Under the Influence . This may or may not include a specific alcohol level. All that is required is that the Prosecutor show that the driver was impaired by alcohol. DWI typically means Driving While Intoxicated . Intoxication is usually defined as a prohibited alcohol level (.08 in Minnesota). To complicate matters, Minnesota uses the term Impaired Driving which can be either impairment or a prohibited alcohol level. For more information, please go to our Common …