Advocates critical of Chicago’s ‘drug corner’ arrest plan
Clip: 07/04/2020 | 4m 37s | Video has closed captioning.
Advocates in Chicago are calling a plan by the city’s police to deploy 1200 additional officers over the July Fourth holiday weekend to arrest teenagers found on so-called “drug corners” unconstitutional, saying it contradicts police reform measures. Sheila Bedi, an attorney and Clinical professor of Law at the Northwestern Pritzker School of Law joins Ivette Feliciano for more.
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