Crime and Punishment

Filmmakers are tracking stories of people caught up in legal dramas that expose the weaknesses and strengths of the judicial system in America. At the heart of every story is the individual, his or her rights, and the politics of justice. Hear from directors who have dedicated themselves to uncovering tales that get to the heart of that place where crime and punishment meet. With -b-Marshall Curry-/b- -i-(If a Tree Falls),-/i- -b-Joshua Safran-/b- -i-(Crime after Crime),-/i- -b-Susan Saladoff-/b- -i-(Hot Coffee),-/i- -b-Susan N. Herman-/b- (President, ACLU) and moderator -b-Dahlia Lithwick-/b- (


Joshua Safran
Susan Herman
Dahlia Lithwick
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