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Wed September 5, 2012
Use Of Confidential Informants Mostly Unregulated
Originally published on Wed September 5, 2012 11:35 am
In a piece for The New Yorker, Sarah Stillman tells the stories of several young offenders who were killed while or after working as confidential police informants. Stillman, officer Brian Sallee and trial lawyer Lance Block discuss how legislation could help this largely unregulated system.