S.O. policies driven by public misperceptions, not fact

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      Sandy Rozek
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      By Lonnie Burton…. Public opinion toward crime is complex. Research shows that Americans strongly favor punitive measures to address criminal behavi
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      Sandy Rozek
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      The facts are there and have been there. Our job is to get them to as many as possible and to use them as effectively as possible in as much litigation as possible.

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