Prosecutors and Democracy

Prosecutors have become one of the most powerful actors of criminal justice systems around the world. This project aims at producing knowledge and analysis about what is and should be the relationship between prosecutors and democracy not only in the United States but elsewhere. One of the products of this research is the book Prosecutors and Democracy: A Cross-National Study, edited by Máximo Langer and David Alan Sklansky, Cambridge University Press (2017).

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Apr 12, 2021

UCLA Center for Immigration Law and Policy to Host 3-Day Virtual Conference: Immigration Policy in the Biden Administration - The First 100 Days and Beyond

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Apr 03, 2021

Beth Colgan Is Quoted in the LA Times on a Fourth Amendment Matter

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