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Editor: Kevin Cole
Univ. of San Diego School of Law

Monday, April 18, 2005

CrimProfs in the News

Wayne State CrimProf Peter Henning talked about the challenges facing the new U.S. Attorney in Detroit after the high-profile failure of a terrorism prosecution. Touro CrimProf Richard Klein commented on the implications of rap artists making profits off prison recordings. Houston CrimProf David Dow commented on the failure of the Texas legislature to create regional crime labs. Wisconsin CrimProf Frank Tuerkheimer discussed "John Doe" grand jury investigations in connection with a story about a former Wisconsin prosecutor now serving time for bribery.  Ohio State CrimProf Peter Swire states that he does not want to be videotaped every time he scratches himself on a public street. [Jack Chin]

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