Law & Crime: Appellate judges criticize "heavily prejudicial" prosecution testimony in Harvey Weinstein trial.
NBC: Rittenhouse trial spurs interest in court-watching programs.
"You need watchdogs," (Simone) Levine said. "The main problem that we see with criminal courts is there's a huge difference between insiders and outsiders. The insiders are always trying to keep the outsiders out, so we educate the outsiders on what really happens in criminal court so that they can take the courts back."
The Hill: Congress to take up marijuana reform in the spring.
NBC: States make headway on criminal justice reform after Congress doesn't.
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