HeadLocke 042: Ensuring that criminal justice is evidence-based

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HeadLocke 042: Ensuring that criminal justice is evidence-based

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Regardless of your views about crime and punishment, you’re likely to support the idea that elements of our criminal justice system should do what they’re designed to do. Brandon Garrett, professor at Duke University’s law school, focuses on research that ensures criminal justice is evidence-based. Mitch Kokai and John Locke Foundation President and CEO Kory Swanson talk to Garrett and discuss his work.

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