Authors

Bryan Adamson

Document Type

Article

Abstract

Professor Adamson analyses the media coverage surrounding Tamir Rice’s shooting death, the ensuing protests, and the grand jury’s decision not to indict the Cleveland police officers for his death. He determines, from a legal and policy perspective, what should be done to safeguard the integrity of the grand jury process in racially-charged cases where jurors have unfettered access to media stories.

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