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Sometimes we approach the politics surrounding police brutality and race through a biased and emotional lens. It is an attorney’s job to evaluate the full length of every case, which means examining the legal and constitutional rights that we all have as U.S. citizens. As our country progresses, the laws should be reexamined to innovate change in our society and in our judicial system for the better to prevent deaths like George Floyd from ever happening again.
Join us as we bring you a refreshing and fruitful discussion that involves facts, legislation, and legal matters of the Derek Chauvin case from Lynnette McNeely, Chair, legal Redress of NAACP WI State of Conference of Branches and James L. Santelle, Former U.S. Attorney of the Eastern District of WI.
Lynnette McNeely – Chair, legal Redress of NAACP WI State of Conference of Branches
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Milwaukee, WI 53206
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