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The Koppel Report: Drugs, Crime And Doing Time #646822

ABC Special for Wednesday, Sep 05, 1990

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An examination of the impact of current US drug policies on the criminal justice system in New York City with Ted Koppel (ABC), Detective Sergeant Richard Canale, defendant William Camacho, Jeremy Schneider, Patrick Joyce, and Marty Murphy of the New York City Legal Aid Society, New York Supreme Court Judge Budd Goodman, Assistant District Attorney Steve Brostoff, Assistant District Attorney Chris Marzuk, New York Criminal Court Judge Angela Mazzarelli, defendant Elizabeth Burgos, Burgos' attorney Alan Gordon, Chief Assistant District Attorney Robert Silbering, New York Supreme Court Judge Leslie Crocker Snyder, Dan Arshack of the New York City Legal Aid Society, Assistant District Attorney Eric Herschmann, defendant Desmond Legister, New York Family Court Judge Judith Sheindlin, and unidentified others.


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