Craig Futterman on Why It Is So Hard To Convict A Cop

Why Is It So Hard To Convict A Cop Of...Anything?

Why does the legal system seem tilted towards law enforcement? Why is it so difficult to get a conviction for murder or excessive force for a police officer, even in a high-profile case where video evidence seems to back up the charge? Reset looks for answers from Craig Futterman, a law professor at the University of Chicago who specializes in civil rights and police accountability.


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