Antionette Dozier

Western Center on Law and Poverty

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Senior attorney at the Western Center on Law and Poverty

Antionette Dozier on KCRW

The courts are required by law to determine if people fail to pay for traffic tickets and other citations willingly…or because they can't afford it.

It's not just in Ferguson: traffic tickets and civil rights

The courts are required by law to determine if people fail to pay for traffic tickets and other citations willingly…or because they can't afford it.

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