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Provocative Lecture Series 2018, Howard Root
Start Date: 11/8/2018Start Time: 5:15 PM
End Date: 11/8/2018End Time: 6:45 PM

Event Description:
“Who Watches the Prosecutors?“
Not all alleged criminal activity is prosecuted equally. Overwhelmed by cases, prosecuting attorneys must choose which cases to prosecute, But how is this choice made? Do they select complex, drawn-out cases that protect the most citizens or quick cases that are seemingly easy to win? Do they give consideration and preference to cases that bring personal prestige and advancement?
Location Information:
SJSU Main Campus

SJSU Main Campus - Student Union

SJSU Main Campus - Student Union
Room: Student Union Theater
Contact Information:
Name: John (Jack) Estill
Phone: 408-924-5407
Email: john.estill@sjsu.edu
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The Department of Economics invites students, faculty, and the general public to consider intellectual arguments on controversial topics. This series fosters the tradition of higher education to challenge ideas and develop critical thinking in an environment of respect for intellectual discourse. Our goal is that you engage critical thinking skills to reach your own informed position on controversial issues. We invite you to attend, to relax, to ponder, and to enjoy the thought process.
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