The Report of the New York State Judicial Commission on Minorities is the culmination of a three and one-half year study begun in 1988 to advise of ways in which the court system can more effectively achieve fair and equal treatment for all in the justice system. The court system will aim to implement the recommendations made by the commission in an attempt to rectify these troubling issues.
Introduction: Report of the New York State Judicial Commission on Minorities,
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