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Hubbard: Criminal justice system must face
its own racial biases

February 11, 2015
William C. Hubbard

In an article published Feb. 3, 2015 in the Houston Chronicle, Columbia partner William C. Hubbard, in his role as president of the American Bar Association, discusses the fairness and racial disparities of the criminal justice system in the wake of unrest between communities and law enforcement. “The ABA is committed to addressing these issues systematically, to listening to and carefully considering the views of the public and the law enforcement community, and to better educating the public about our criminal justice system. The ABA believes it is important to ensure that our justice system yields fair and even-handed results, to condemn violence in any context and from any source, and to respect the rule of law,” he writes.

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