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John Jay in the Media is an e-publication of the Office of Marketing and Communications that informs the campus community about the impressive coverage that our faculty, staff, students and alumni frequently receive in the media. The newsletter includes links to highlights of John Jay College's media coverage.

 

 

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WNYW-TV • January 14, 2021

THE 5 O'CLOCK NEWS

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed how the NYPD managed the Black Lives Matter protests.

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CTV NATIONAL NEWS • January 18, 2021

Trump Pardons

John Jay Professor Brian Higgins talks about the history of controversial pardons and what Donald Trump might do in his last days in office.

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WDEL-FM • January 19, 2021

Radio clip from WDEL 101.7 at 2021-01-19 12:32:39.000

David Kennedy, Director of the National Network for Safe Community, was mentioned for implementing the Group Violence Intervention program in Wilmington, Delaware.

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Bloomberg News • January 20, 2021

Bloomberg Quicktake

Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science Andrew Sidman commented on the inauguration ceremony of President Joe Biden.

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Bloomberg News • January 20, 2021

Trump Reportedly Discussed Forming New 'Patriot Party' to Splinter GOP

Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Political Science Andrew Sidman discussed third party candidates and news that Former President Donald Trump may start his own political party.

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WABC-TV Online • January 24, 2021

Changes to U.S.-Cuba relations, Long Island Hispanic Bar Association's new president

Professor of Latin American John Gutierrez discussed the Trump administration's designation of Cuba as a state sponsor of terrorism.

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WNYW-TV • January 27, 2021

The Wendy Williams Show

Assistant Professor of Interdisciplinary Studies Nina Rose Fischer was mentioned by British comedian and "Bob Loves Abishola" co-creator Gina Yashere.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 27, 2021

Inside City Hall Part 1

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on NYC mayoral candidate Maya Wiley.

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Spectrum News NY1 • January 27, 2021

Inside City Hall Part 2

Associate Professor of Political Science Susan Kang commented on how the relationship between Governor Cuomo and the NYC mayor affects New York City residents.

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WGN News at Nine - CLTV/Chicagoland Television News • January 28, 2021

Criminal justice expert Christopher Herrmann on the uptick of carjackings – in Chicago and nationwide

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann discussed the reasons why there is a nationwide uptick in carjackings.

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Barbados Today • December 27, 2020

Barbados-born retired NYPD detective throws hat in race for NYC Council district

John Jay alumna and retired NYPD detective Dr. Judy D. Newton is entering the race for the 46th New York City Council District in Brooklyn.

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The World News • January 3, 2021

From court reporter to immigration attorney

John Jay alumna Kinda Velloza, a Guyanese immigrant, was profiled for her journey from court reporter to attorney.

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Princeton Alumni Weekly - Online • January 12, 2021

Middle Ages for Educators website brings Princeton scholarship to an international audience

Associate Professor of History Sara McDougall helped launch the new website "Middle Ages for Educators" which hosts medieval history learning materials for high school and college educators.

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Scary Mommy • January 14, 2021

'Blue Lives Matter' Is Not About Respecting Police - It's About Upholding White Supremacy

Academic Director of the NYPD Police Studies Program Professor Maki Haberfeld explained the public's inaccurate assumption about the police.

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Milwaukee Courier Online • January 16, 2021

"SHOT" – The Drama of InJustice

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall wrote about how the unjust deaths of Michael Brown, Trayvon Martin, and thousands of other black victims killed with impunity inspired her new stage-play “SHOT.”

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PublicSource • January 16, 2021

As the country braces for unrest, here's what you should know about staying safe in Pittsburgh

Adjunct Lecturer Jillian Snider discussed how the Capitol riot has affected law enforcement agencies nationwide.

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The Hill Online • January 16, 2021

Social media posts, cellphone data aid law enforcement investigations into riots

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained how law enforcement is  identifying the Capitol rioters and how the insurgents have incriminated themselves.

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New York Post Online • January 16, 2021

NYC shootings continue sky-rocketing surge in 2021

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in NYC shootings in 2021.

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SEMANA • January 17, 2021

Asesinatos en Nueva York subieron 125 % en los primeros 10 dνas de 2021

Former NYPD Sergeant and Adjunct Professor Joe Giacalone commented on the rise in NYC shootings in 2021.

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Crain's Cleveland Business • January 18, 2021

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University's prison program is embroiled in controversy; Most of Ashland's 2020 undergrad enrollees are distance learning inmates

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Ann Jacobs, Director of John Jay's Institute for Justice and Opportunity, discussed the deficiencies in prison education programs.

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City • January 19, 2021

Cy Vance Raises Almost Nothing for Reelection as Manhattan DA Candidates Amass War Chests and Trump Probe Deepens

Lucy Lang, former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution and Manhattan District Attorney candidate was mentioned in a story about the campaign coffers of all the Manhattan DA candidates.

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Press & Sun-Bulletin Online • January 19, 2021

'I like your profile. Let's chat.' How police use undercover sex stings to bust suspects

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained the legal challenges law enforcement face in undercover sex sting cases.

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The New York Times Online • January 19, 2021

Opinion | The Homicide Spike Is Real

Professor Emeritus Barry Latzer was cited in an op-ed on the rise in shootings and homicides in NYC.

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CUNY Graduate Center • January 20, 2021

CUNY Scholars Weigh in on a Historic Inauguration

Professors Heath Brown, Brian Arbour and Andrew Sidman told CUNY what President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris’ historic inauguration means and how we as a polarized nation can move forward.

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Biologos • January 20, 2021

Cooperation, Tribalism, and the Promise in Resurrection

Professor of Biology Nathan Lents discussed the brain and confirmation bias.

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News.illinoisstate.edu • January 20, 2021

Exploring why people commit atrocities

John Jay is co-sponsoring a book talk by world-renowned Holocaust historian Christopher Browning on his book "Ordinary Men," the true story of the German Order Police responsible for mass killings of Jews in Nazi death camps.

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The Lily - The Washington Post • January 20, 2021

Biden made big promises to women on the campaign trail. Here's what we can actually expect.

Assistant Professor of Economics Michelle Holder discussed childcare, equal pay, and the minimum wage in an article on the social issues that affect women the most during the COVID-19 recession.

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WPIX-TV Online • January 20, 2021

After Trump leaves office, security, protests, and legal troubles will follow

Professor Robert McCrie explained what the government-provided security detail will be like for former President Donald Trump.

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NBC News Online • January 20, 2021

Trump supporters threatened state Capitols but failed to show on Inauguration Day

Adjunct Professor and former Bergen County Police Chief Brian Higgins discussed why there weren't many far-right protesters at the inauguration ceremony of President Joe Biden.

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Reader's Digest Online • January 21, 2021

How to Remove Hidden Malware from Your Android Phone

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt discussed smartphones and malware.

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USA Today Online • January 21, 2021

FBI uses selfies, social posts to arrest U.S. Capitol rioters

Assistant Professor of Public Policy and attorney Adam Scott Wandt explained why Capitol rioters posted incriminating videos and selfies of themselves on social media.

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LexBlog • January 22, 2021

Lesson missed: friends, beers, jeers, and racial profiling in the Gates arrest

Professor of Criminal Justice Jon Shane commented on the 2009 arrest of renowned Harvard African American Studies Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr. at his own home.

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Partnership for Public Service • January 22, 2021

How four public servants helped protect one of America's signature health programs • Partnership for Public Service

John Jay alumnus Omar Perez Aybar was profiled for his path to public service as a federal investigator.

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The Chief • January 22, 2021

Poet's Perfect Message

Adjunct Assistant Professor and former NYC Department of Correction Assistant Deputy Warden Marc Bullaro wrote a letter to the editor on National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman's poem, which she performed at the inauguration ceremony of President Joe Biden and Vice-President Kamala Harris.

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Diverse: Issues in Higher Education Online • January 22, 2021

2021 Emerging Scholars: Dr. Eric L. Piza

Professor of Criminal Justice Eric Piza was profiled for his journey to academia, his current research and his teaching.

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WOSU Public Media Radio Online • January 22, 2021

The Future Of Capital Punishment In The U.S.

Professor Evan Mandery was part of a roundtable discussion on capital punishment, telling the panel that capital punishment has its roots in America's history of lynching people of color, adding that no wealthy man has ever been put to death.

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The Washington Post Online • January 22, 2021

Senior Democrats drafting plan to give parents $3,000 per child in Biden stimulus

Associate Professor of Economics J.W. Mason discussed the Biden administration's push to expand the child tax credit.

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The New York Times Online • January 22, 2021

What Defines Domestic Abuse? Survivors Say It's More Than Assault

Professor of Psychology Chitra Raghavan explained "love-bombing," a behavior domestic violence abusers use to manipulate their victims.

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Austin American-Statesman • January 23, 2021

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APD cops indicted in excessive force case

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Alissa Marque Heydari, Deputy Director for the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, discussed the challenges the Travis County District Attorney will face in prosecuting two Austin police officers on felony assault charges in connection with the violent arrest of a Black man.

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The New Yorker Online • January 23, 2021

Andrew Yang's Ideas on Universal Basic Income Earned Him Fans. But Can He Win Votes?

John Jay alumna Ramona Ferreyra was profiled in a story about NYC mayoral candidate Andrew Yang and his universal basic income proposal.

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New York Post • January 25, 2021

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CUNY selling prexy homes Dash for cash amid the pandemic

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John Jay College's former administration building on West 59th Street is one of many buildings CUNY may sell to generate millions of dollars in revenue amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Black Star News • January 25, 2021

Pulitzer Center Partners with Playwright Gloria J. Browne-Marshall on Play "Shot-Caught A Soul"

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall partnered with the Pulitzer Center to produce her new play "Shot-Caught A Soul."

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Your Teen Mag • January 25, 2021

How Our Pandemic Pets Helped My Sons Learn About Consent

Psychology Professor and sexual violence researcher Elizabeth Jeglic discussed how to teach teens about consent.

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Discover Online • January 25, 2021

Are Juries Free From Racial Bias Possible?

Professor Margaret Bull Kovera talks about claims that juries are biased, saying that while jurors are often criticized they do a lot of things right.

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Verywell Health • January 25, 2021

Sexual Harassment Claims Are Biased By Beauty Standards

Psychology Professor Elizabeth Jeglic discussed how stereotypes about sexual harassment victims and their perceived attractiveness affects their credibility.

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USA Today Online • January 25, 2021

Feds track plans to attack members of Congress during Trump impeachment

Professor Robert McCrie discussed security measures as federal law enforcement examines threats aimed at members of Congress.

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Associated Press • January 26, 2021

Feds tracking plots aimed at lawmakers

Professor Robert McCrie discussed security measures as federal law enforcement examines threats aimed at members of Congress.

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Sun Herald Online • January 26, 2021

'Release the tape.' Protesters demand video of fatal Biloxi courthouse shooting by deputy

A “toolkit” for prosecutors and communities dealing with officer-involved fatalities, produced by the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, was cited in an article about a police-involved civilian fatality.

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The Appeal • January 26, 2021

New Jersey Could Force Cuomo's Hand on Pot Legalization

A report from John Jay's Data Collaborative for Justice highlighting the higher arrest rates for Blacks and Latinos as compared to whites for misdemeanor marijuana possession was cited in The Appeal.

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Inside Higher Ed • January 26, 2021

Criminal justice education needs to change, and the humanities must play a role (opinion)

Associate Provost and Dean of Undergraduate Studies Dara Byrne co-authored an article on why and how John Jay is changing the way it educates criminal justice students.

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NBC News Online • January 26, 2021

People are turning in family members, ex-romantic partners they recognize in Capitol riot video

Professors Michele Galietta and Elizabeth Jeglic spoke in a story that discusses why people helped identify family members who took part in the Capitol Hill riot.

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Yahoo News • January 26, 2021

Far-right police officers have been serving all along - the Capitol riot just pointed them out

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney discussed the arrest of police officers involved in the riot and how it affects the police brand.

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Authority Magazine • January 26, 2021

Dawn Rowe of Girl Vow: Five Things You Need To Be A Highly Effective Leader During Turbulent Times

John Jay alumna Dawn Rowe gave an in-depth interview on effective leadership as the founder of the nonprofit organization Girls Row, which helps girls impacted by juvenile justice, poverty and the New York City foster care system.

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TimesCommunity.com • January 27, 2021

Va. Democrats' new gun proposals include background checks at shooting ranges, ban on 'ghost' guns

David Kennedy, the Director of the National Network for Safe Communities, spoke in support of Virginia GOP House Minority Leader Todd Gilbert's bill to bolster group violence intervention programs or community-based efforts to deter shootings involving gangs or other groups most at risk of violence.

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Scienmag • January 27, 2021

Study: Sudden police layoffs in one US city associated with increases in crime

Associate Professor Eric Piza discussed his research study which examined the effects of budget shortfalls on crime in two New Jersey cities.

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Who What Why • January 27, 2021

Biden Faces a New Epidemic of Gun Violence

Chair of the Department of Public Management Warren Eller discussed the surge in gun sales and how to incentivize the safe storage of weapons and ammunition.

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City Journal Online • January 27, 2021

Fixing the Capitol Police

Professor Emerita Dorothy Schultz wrote an article about the resignation of the U.S. Capitol Police's top officials and how Congress can better manage this federal police force.

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Telemundo Online • January 27, 2021

ΏDenunciarνa a sus padres o su pareja si atacaran el Capitolio? Muchos lo hicieron y es desgarrador

Professors Michele Galietta and Elizabeth Jeglic spoke in a story that discusses why people helped identify family members who took part in the Capitol Hill riot.

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Gothamist - WNYC-FM • January 27, 2021

PBA President Politicizes Shooting Of Officer In The Bronx, Blaming Mayor's Crimefighting Policies

A 2020 study by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice on the effect of Cure Violence programs on shootings was cited.

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The Buffalo News Online • January 27, 2021

SAS and Durham PD partner to improve police transparency and outcomes

John Jay College collaborated on a Data for Good research project with the Durham (NC) Police Department and North Carolina Central University on misdemeanor offenders' paths through the criminal justice system and how to reduce and better understand recidivism.

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INSIDER • January 27, 2021

These mothers called 911 to seek help for their struggling sons. Their children ended up dead.

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained crisis-intervention training for police officers, which offers tools to address mental-health emergencies.

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INSIDER • January 27, 2021

Miles Hall's mother did everything she could to protect her son with schizoaffective disorder. Police still killed him.

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney analyzed the body camera footage of a fatal police encounter with a mentally ill individual.

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Insider • January 29, 2021

EXCLUSIVE: Netflix paid fake heiress Anna Sorokin $320,000 for its show about her, and she's already used the money to pay off her victims

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed the criminal case against Anna Sorokin, the woman who posed as a socialite in order to scam banks, hotels, wealthy friends, and financial institutions.

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Crime Report • January 28, 2021

'Background Checks and Blocked Opportunities': A Guide to Navigating Reentry

The John Jay College Institute for Justice and Opportunity recently published a roadmap for helping the formerly incarcerated navigate the hurdles created by local governments and other official bodies.

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GothamGazette.com • January 28, 2021

Manhattan District Attorney Candidates' Fundraising from Within the Borough Varies Widely

Lucy Lang, former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, and Manhattan District Attorney candidate was mentioned in a story about the Manhattan DA candidates' fundraising.

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Tampa Bay Times Online • January 28, 2021

A white man pulled a gun at a Florida protest. Black men took the blame.

Professor of Constitutional Law Gloria J. Browne-Marshall discussed the double standard in the way police treat white demonstrators versus Black demonstrators.

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Insider • January 28, 2021

A police officer said 'I don't have time for this' before shooting an 18-year-old with a mental illness dead in his home, his mother says

Professor of Criminal Justice and former Florida police officer Dennis Kenney explained the amount of police calls that involve mental health crises.

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Crime Report • January 29, 2021

Should Cops Be Allowed to Lie to Secure Arrests?

Psychology Professor Saul Kassin wrote an op-ed about Senate Bill S324, which would finally put a stop to police deception in the interrogation room.

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Newsday Online • January 29, 2021

Mayor, Shea tout local role picking precincts' top cops

Adjunct Lecturer, former prosecutor and NYPD officer Eugene O'Donnell commented on Mayor De Blasio and NYPD Commissioner Shea's announcement on the involvement of community panels in selecting NYPD precinct commanders.

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The New York Times Online • January 29, 2021

Opinion | It's Time for Police to Stop Lying to Suspects

Psychology Professor Saul Kassin wrote an op-ed about Senate Bill S324, which would finally put a stop to police deception in the interrogation room.

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Yahoo! Deportes • January 30, 2021

Netflix paga $ 320,000 a la falsa heredera Anna Sorokin por los derechos de su historia

Attorney Dmitriy Shakhnevich, a constitutional law professor at John Jay, discussed the criminal case against Anna Sorokin, the woman who posed as a socialite in order to scam banks, hotels, wealthy friends, and financial institutions.

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The World News • January 31, 2021

A votar por Fernando Aquino

Adjunct Professor Fernando Aquino is entering the race for the 14th New York City Council District in the Bronx.

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City • January 31, 2021

What You Need to Know About New York's District Attorney Races in 2021

Lucy Lang, former Director of the Institute for Innovation in Prosecution, is running for Manhattan District Attorney.

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City • January 31, 2021

How Shootings Spiked at NYCHA Complexes Targeted in de Blasio Crime Prevention Campaign

Assistant Professor Christopher Herrmann provided data and discussed crime patterns at NYC Housing Authority buildings.

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