".... And Justice for All in the Courts?"
The history of racial disparities in the criminal justice system in the U.S. have been longstanding. From bias in juries to sentencing recommendations the time has come to bring this important issue to the forefront.
Our distinguished panel discussed this important issue, shared information on research, and offered recommendations to address this problem.
Honorable Denise Clayton, Chief Judge, Kentucky State Court of Appeals; Joe Gutmann, Attorney-at-Law, Central High School Law & Government Magnet; Aubrey Williams, Attorney-at-Law, Aubrey Williams & Associates; Tara Blair, Executive Officer, AOC, Department of Pretrial Services;
Shameka Parrish-Wright, Operations Manager at The Bail Project.
Dr. Cherie Dawson-Edwards, Associate Dean, A&S Diversity, Equity & Inclusion/Associate Professor – Criminal Justice, Social Change Director.