Crook County
Racism and Injustice in America's Largest Criminal Court
Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve

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Anita's Army: Rank and File Racism in the Power to Prosecute


Chicago police culture problems run deeper than symbolic firings


Latina Criminology: Deep Problems with Chicago Police, Prosecutors


Chicago Police Under Fire


Do Chicago Police Need More Oversight


Temple criminologist's commentary draws media spotlight


Chicago’s Racist Cops and Racist Courts


Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve Talks "Crook County" on the Wayne Besen Show


'Crook County' investigates racism in Cook County criminal court system


'Crook County' Author: Judicial System Stacked Against Blacks, Latinos


Critic of Court System: 'It Wasn't Just One Bad Apple, It Was an Entire Culture'


Recent Books of Interest to African American Scholars


​How Prosecutors Manufacture Gang Members in California


Chicago's criminal court system as flawed as its police


Should we have read this exposé of Chicago's criminal courts 19 years ago?


Professor looks into Chicago court’s unjust practices


The Driving Life And Death Of Philando Castile


The tyranny of a traffic ticket


Racial Injustice exposed in Chicago’s Courthouse



City Heights Groups Take Different Approaches to Driving Social Change


More Data in the Debate on Colorblind Justice


Can an algorithm erase bias in Cook County bond courts?


City Heights Groups Take Different Approaches To Driving Social Change


Why Trump's tweets won't save Chicago


Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve Talks Trump, Rahm and Chicago


The number of women in prison is rising. Why?


Witnessing And Prosecuting Police Shootings


Can the feds make a dent in Chicago's violent crime epidemic?


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