U.S. Law and Criminal Justice: From the Community Perspective
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U.S. Law and Criminal Justice: From the Community Perspective

February 15 , 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, repeating until February 22, 2023

U.S. Law and Criminal Justice: From the Community Perspective, a three-session community course, geared to lay-people, will support learners in their understanding of the U.S. criminal legal process, the systems of justice, and criminal trials. The information presented will help the whole community understand what goes on in the criminal courts, how trials work, what justice can look like and how we might attain it, and the special features and procedures of death penalty cases. Each session, taught by Professor David Harris of Pitt’s School of Law and Squirrel Hill resident, will present on a different facet of the justice system, with ample time and opportunity to ask questions. 6:30 p.m. In-person and virtual. 10.27 Healing Partnership Suite, third floor of the Jewish Community Center, 5738 Forbes Ave, 15217. 1027healingpartnership.org/series/u-s-law-and-criminal-justice-from-the-community-perspective

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Date:
February 15
Time:
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm