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Friday, September 28, 2001 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | NEXT: White Cincinnati Police Officer Acquitted After...
2001-09-28

Will Judges Soften Their Attitudes Towards Racial Profiling?

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Up until September 11 racial profiling was harshly criticized by people around the country, but courts had neverdeclared profiling illegal.

Now, with law enforcement officials and civilians alike targeting Arab, Muslim and Asian Americans, legal experts sayprofiling may be authorized by judges more definitively than ever before.

Guest:

  • David Cole, professor of law at Georgetown University.

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