Craig Futterman

University of Chicago

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Criag Futterman is a professor of law at the University of Chicago and the founder and director of the University’s Civil Rights and Police Accountability Project.

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The Obama Justice Department obtained court orders to reform police abuse in several local police departments, and was  investigating reports of abuse in Chicago .

Sessions dismissed DOJ investigation of Chicago PD

The Obama Justice Department obtained court orders to reform police abuse in several local police departments, and was investigating reports of abuse in Chicago .

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