William Baude on Why It’s Hard to Prosecute Police Officers for Misconduct

Rethinking Police Accountability: A Call To Change Police Protections

American police officers are known to have wide ranging work and legal protections when it comes to harm done on the job.

Reset talks with two legal scholars about the legal and social landscape of accountability for officers and why it’s so hard to prosecute bad acting officers for misconduct.

GUEST: Ekow N. Yankah, professor at Cardozo School of Law

William Baude, professor at University of Chicago Law School

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