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23 Berkeley J. Crim. L. [i] (2018)

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                           Letter from the Editors
ISSUE 23 :1                                                   SPRING 2018







Dear Reader,

        The following papers were presented at the Criminal Justice at a
Crossroads Symposium on November 3, 2017 at the University of
California-Berkeley, School of Law. Sponsored jointly by Berkeley Law
and the Heritage Foundation, this symposium brought together professors
and policy-makers from both sides of the aisle to engage in debates that
inform the next steps in criminal justice reform.

        The variety of panels included (1) the future of policing and
community relations, (2) the future of policing, race relations, and the rise
of violent crime, (3) the intersection of technology and criminal justice,
(3) whether to legalize, decriminalize, or leave in place the status quo of
marijuana, and (4) the future of criminal justice reform. At least one
author from each panel agreed to submit their debate remarks, and those
are presented together here.

        The Criminal Justice at a Crossroads Symposium featured
contributors from a wide range of backgrounds and viewpoints, who
presented a diverse set of scholarly investigations, experiential
observations, and opinions. The pieces being published reflect this
diversity, and we hope they contribute to the national debate on criminal
justice reform. Additionally, the Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law notes
that the opinions expressed in the articles are the authors' own, supported
by their research and personal experiences, and do not reflect the opinions
of the Heritage Foundation, Berkeley Law, or this Journal.

Sincerely,

Marina Henri and Megan McLaughlin
Editors-in-Chief
Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law


Published by Berkeley Law Scholarship Repository, 2018

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