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Law / Arrington Controversy / An Interview #889319

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 01, 2008
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[In court, Fulton County superior court Judge Marvin ARRINGTON†- comments on his decision.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Arrington's decision to address the black defendants in court after the white audience was removed. [In interview, "Making My Mark" author ARRINGTON - explains why he had the white people leave when he addressed the black defendants about getting their lives together and doing better; admits in retrospect it was a mistake; states it tackles a toll to see the same defendants who keep coming back into court.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:04:30

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