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April 30th, 2013
Episode 1156 of 1644 episodes
Criminal justice is normally retrospective: You can only imprison someone for crimes they've already committed. But what should we do about individuals who clearly will pose threats in the future, even if they haven't done anything yet? Kim Ferzan wants to create a new class of preventive justice, separate from normal criminal law.
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