On today’s podcast we have another in our series of conversations with Paul Butler, Georgetown Law Professor, former US Department of Justice Prosecutor and MSNBC Commentator.

In our conversation, Paul and I discuss his recent essay for Crime Story about policing in the context of Covid 19, as well as many other issues related to the criminal legal process that have arisen or intensified as the virus has spread. We also talk about the hints of public corruption that have appeared in press articles, as well as the disproportionate impact that the virus appears to be having on the African American community.

You can find a transcript of our conversation here.

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