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The Verdict, the Video, and the Unreasonable Burden of Proof.

The Verdict, the Video, and the Unreasonable Burden of Proof.

Update: 2021-04-243
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In the wake of the conviction of former police officer Derek Chauvin in the murder of George Floyd, journalism professor Allissa Richardson joins Dahlia Lithwick to discuss what it is to bear witness while Black in America, and why the media needs to stop airing the videos. (This is the interview with Vanita Gupta that Dahlia mentions.

In our Slate Plus segment, Mark Joseph Stern and Dahlia probe the duplicity at the high court in this week's shocking juvenile life without parole decision, why justices insisting they're best friends really isn't the answer to calls for court reform, and a look ahead to the biggest case so far this term that you probably haven't heard much about.

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The Verdict, the Video, and the Unreasonable Burden of Proof.

The Verdict, the Video, and the Unreasonable Burden of Proof.

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