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Phil Stinson, '92 Discusses USDOJ Drug Sentencing Changes on WI Public Radio

Friday, August 16, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
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Phil Stinson, '92, an Assistant Professor in the Criminal Justice Program at Bowling Green University, was interviewed in depth by Wisconsin Public Radio's "Ideas Network" by Joy Cardin. They discussed Attorney General Holder's policy changes regarding low level drug case sentencing.   

See http://podcast.wpr.org/jca/jca130813b.mp3

 

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