Attorney General CLE

Bias and Hate Crimes: Efforts to Prevent and Respond to Injustice

Originally Recorded: July 28, 2020

INFORMATION:

On-Demand Event Code No: 317734
Code Expires: August 11, 2022 
Total CLE Credits Approved: 
3.75 standard credits
2.0 elimination of bias credits

QUESTIONS:

Questions relating to CLE Content can be directed to: janine.kimble@ag.state.mn.us or cle@ag.state.mn.us

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Introduction and Welcome by Attorney General Keith Ellison


Duluth Lynchings & Max Mason Pardon Application

Jerry Blackwell, Blackwell Burke P.A.


Prosecuting Hate Crimes

John Harrington, Commissioner, Dept. of Public Safety
Erica MacDonald, United States Attorney, District of Minnesota
Michael D. Melcher, Supervisory Special Agent, Mpls. FBI Field Office


Efforts to Prevent Bias & Hate Crimes

Moderator:
Zuri Balmakund Santiago, Assistant Attorney General

Panelists:
Mark A. Ostrem, Olmsted County Attorney
Ben Schierer, Mayor of Fergus Falls
Christian Picciolini, Author & Public Speaker
Frank Hornstein, State Representative


Hate Crime Case: Case Study

Liz Kramer, Minnesota Solicitor General


Hate Crimes & Inequity in the Criminal Justice System

Jessica Hodge, University of St. Thomas Professor
Tanya Bransford, Hennepin County Judge


Bias and Its Impact on our Legal System

Sybil Dunlop, Greene Espel PLLP