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  1. Israel Reflections 2015–Day Three: Daphna Golan and Lifta
  2. Disgraceful Example of Hard Bargaining in Plea Bargaining
  3. A few thoughts on a Prosecutor’s Apology
  4. Israel Reflections 2015–Day Two (Last One!): Gershon Baskin and IPCRI
  5. Israel Reflections 2015–Day Two (Still!): Getting Handsy at Hebrew University
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Israel Reflections 2015–Day Three: Daphna Golan and Lifta

On Monday morning, we were off for a quick stop at the open air market at Machane Yehuda and then a tour of the Supreme Court.  And then we had the distinct treat of our own personal tour of Lifta, a destroyed Palestinian village since 1948 right on the outskirts of Jerusalem.  Leading our tour … Continue reading Israel Reflections 2015–Day Three: Daphna Golan and Lifta
    


Disgraceful Example of Hard Bargaining in Plea Bargaining

Yesterday the AP reported that prosecutors in Nashville, Tennessee “made sterilization of women part of plea negotiations at least four times in the past five years.” The cases all seemed to involve mistreatment or neglect of children and some involved seriously mentally ill defendants. The article makes it clear that these are just the known … Continue reading Disgraceful Example of Hard Bargaining in Plea Bargaining
    

A few thoughts on a Prosecutor’s Apology

Jennifer asked for my thoughts on the apology of a Louisiana prosecutor for his role in convicting an innocent man in a death penalty case. The apology is powerful. He states, in part, “In 1984, I was 33 years old. I was arrogant, judgmental, narcissistic and very full of myself. I was not as interested … Continue reading A few thoughts on a Prosecutor’s Apology
    


Israel Reflections 2015–Day Two (Last One!): Gershon Baskin and IPCRI

Late in the evening on Sunday, March 8, we met with Gershon Baskin and Riman Barakat. This was our last (official) meeting of a long day involving talks about peace and conflict resolution, and it way it was, as student Kelsey Mader called it, “the perfect way to end.” The rest of Kelsey’s recap follows: … Continue reading Israel Reflections 2015–Day Two (Last One!): Gershon Baskin and IPCRI
    

Israel Reflections 2015–Day Two (Still!): Getting Handsy at Hebrew University

Even though we were not in the comforts of Marquette University Law School, I had to put the students back a classroom during a few stops on our trip. The first classroom experience came at Hebrew University, in a class led by Professor Avi Kluger, an expert in listening. (and the title of this blog … Continue reading Israel Reflections 2015–Day Two (Still!): Getting Handsy at Hebrew University
    


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