Antionette Dozier

Western Center on Law and Poverty

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Senior attorney at the Western Center on Law and Poverty

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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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