Mental health justice in the criminal justice system

Adjunct faculty member Robert Sanger, Esq., believes that legal professionals should be trained to react to people with mental health issues with more understanding. This would have positive effects on many levels including the use of treatment modalities rather than incarceration. People should not be prosecuted and locked up simply “because you’ve got nothing else to do with them.” Find out how his own experience in the legal field made him reach this decision.


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Busting the Myth of Televised Crime Dramas

Authentic crime scene investigating is far from an “exact science.” We are all victims of television crime dramas. And, unfortunately, so is the criminal justice system. 

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