Across our nation, people have been reacting to the senseless death of George Floyd. All right-minded people are outraged by this atrocity, captured on video for all to see.
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WMU-Cooley Professor Tonya Krause-Phelan is frequently tapped as a criminal law expert by the media. She has appeared as a commentator on numerous radio, television, print, and internet media sources regarding criminal law and procedure issues and teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Defending Battered Women, Criminal Sentencing, and Ethics in Criminal Cases.
An article written by WMU-Cooley Law School Assistant Dean and Associate Professor Erika Breitfeld was recently published by the University of California Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law.