Ordinary Citizens and the Justice System
Paul Butler talked about his book, Let’s Get Free: A Hip-Hop Theory of Justice, in which he details how ordinary citizens interact with the justice system, and examines the system’s overall strengths and weaknesses. In the book, Professor Butler also gives a first-hand account of his arrest and charge for a crime he didn’t commit. close
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Paul D. Butler Professor Georgetown University Law Center
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