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Why anti-Asian hate crime is not being charged enough

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Bloomberg, March 2021

Jack McDevitt, a Professor at the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Northeastern University and Director of the Institute on Race and Justice, discusses recent Anti-Asian hate crimes and why prosecutors are reluctant to charge hate crimes. Jordan Rubin, Bloomberg Law Reporter, discusses the Supreme Court considering questions of law and order on Indian reservations. June Grasso hosts.

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