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Community News

May 28, 2010

Pepperdine University School of Law this week is hosting week a delegation of leading justices from Uganda, who have come to Los Angeles to meet with the faculty and observe the inner workings of U.S. judicial system in order to help build the rule of law in their country. The delegation is particularly interested in learning about plea bargaining to help allieviate their huge backlog of criminal cases, in which they said people charged with crimes have been languishing in jails up to seven years awaiting trial.

Pepperdine University School of Law this week is hosting week a delegation of leading justices from Uganda, who have come to Los Angeles to meet with the faculty and observe the inner workings of U.S. judicial system in order to help build the rule of law in their country. The delegation is particularly interested in learning about plea bargaining to help allieviate their huge backlog of criminal cases, in which they said people charged with crimes have been languishing in jails up to seve...

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