New at the Civitas Institute’s web site is the fourth and final installment of the four-part video series examining North Carolina’s very flawed Racial Justice Act.
In this video, we hear from District Attorneys who are concerned about the negative consequences of the Racial Justice Act. Included in the concerns are the high financial cost of re-opening high volumes of files from past cases as well as the inappropriate use of statistics allowed in the RJA appeals process.
Previous videos in the series have included compelling discussions with family members of past murder victims whose killers may be able to appeal their sentence for crimes they may have no remorse over committing.
To check out the series, click here.