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Two High-Powered Black Attorneys Confront a Justice System's Flaws

Posted On: Jan 28, 2022   |   Posted By: NY Times

“Just Pursuit,” by Laura Coates, a former federal prosecutor, and “The Rage of Innocence,” by Kristin Henning, a longtime juvenile defense lawyer, detail the moral quandaries and bias they encountered in their work.

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