Anthony V. Alfieri, “Prosecuting the Jena Six”

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Available here. These are the first two sentences:

This Essay explores the racial norms animating the prosecution of the Jena Six in LaSalle Parish, Louisiana, a set of norms I will call Jim Crow legal ethics. By Jim Crow legal ethics, I mean the professional norms of practice in a time of de jure or de facto racial segregation.

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