We may well look back on the first decades of the Twenty-First Century in much the same way as we look upon the 1960s when considering the sheer number of social changes that took place. When we consider the roots of the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s, we are likely to take for granted the foresight of such luminaries… Read Full Post
The justice system hinges on the idea that everyone, no matter their race, gender or socioeconomic class is entitled to receive fair legal representation in the event they are accused of a crime. Right now, the Minnesota justice system is in a crisis of sorts, with a dramatically low number of public defenders compared to the number of backlogged cases that need legal representation.
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