Police Pushback Against Progressive Prosecutors : Consider This from NPR In different places throughout the country, police are pushing back against the policies of progressive prosecutors.

NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer tells the story of one such struggle in St. Louis where a detective wouldn't testify in a case. That refusal may have helped a man charged with murder walk free.

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Police Pushback Against Progressive Prosecutors

Police Pushback Against Progressive Prosecutors

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Police and progressive prosecutors are clashing over prosecutors' progressive policies, and that's having consequences in the courtroom. Adobe Stock hide caption

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Police and progressive prosecutors are clashing over prosecutors' progressive policies, and that's having consequences in the courtroom.

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In different places throughout the country police are pushing back against the policies of progressive prosecutors.

NPR's Sacha Pfeiffer tells the story of one such struggle in St. Louis where a detective wouldn't testify in a case. That refusal may have helped a man charged with murder walk free.

Email us at considerthis@npr.org

This episode was produced by Noah Caldwell and Connor Donevan. It was edited by Barrie Hardymon and Courtney Dorning. Sami Yenigun is our executive producer.