2011 Criminal Law "Lunchinar" Series, Part III: Race & the Criminal Justice System

On-Demand
Live date: 
Tuesday, March 1, 2011 - 12:00pm
Price: 
$75.00

"Race and the Criminal Justice System" provides an overview of racial inequality in North Carolina's history and criminal justice system. The discussion focuses on key court decisions and legislation, including the Racial Justice Act. Additional topics include under-representation of African Americans in jury composition and the role that race has played in the imposition of the death penalty. “Race and the Criminal Justice System” was presented in March 2011 as the third installment of our four-part 2011 Criminal Law “Lunchinar” Series. Click here to access a .pdf of the PowerPoint slides.

Presenters
Alyson Grine, Defender Educator, UNC School of Government
Gretchen M. Engel, Director of Post-Conviction Litigation Unit, CDPL Inc.
James E. Williams, Jr., Chief Public Defender, District 15B
 
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Duration: 
1.25 hours
CLE Value:
General
1.25 hrs
Total
1.25 hrs

Faculty Coordinator

individual image for Alyson A. Grine
Alyson A. Grine
Senior Advisor to the NC Racial Equity Network, Indigent Defense Education
Race and the North Carolina Criminal Justice System (PDF of PowerPoint slides)
Alyson A. Grine, Gretchen M. Engel, James E. Williams, Jr.
March, 2011
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Faculty Coordinator

individual image for Alyson A. Grine
Alyson A. Grine
Senior Advisor to the NC Racial Equity Network, Indigent Defense Education
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