Episode 7: Understanding the Ferguson Consent Decree


The City of Ferguson, Missouri recently voted to approve the consent decree put forth by the U.S. Department of Justice. The document included provisions that were meant to ensure protection of the constitutional and other legal rights of all members of the community. This is not the first time a consent decree has been used by the DOJ. In this episode, Assistant Professor Justin Hansford takes us through the process and how it has been used in the recent past. 




Episode 7
Recorded May 10, 2016

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