Shima Baughman is a professor of criminal law at the University of Utah. She is a national expert on bail and pretrial prediction and her current scholarship examines criminal law, criminal justice policy, prosecutors, drugs, search and seizure, international law and terrorism as well as race and violent crime.
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Nation Oct 24Column: Training police is not enough to eliminate racial bias
To eliminate racial bias, these experts say it's prosecutors, not police, who are in need of reform.