On February 24, 2017, Ashwin Madia was one of the panelists at Mitchell | Hamline’s Journal of Public Policy and Practice’s Policing Symposium for their Police Accountability Through the Law session. The other panelists were Drew Evans, the Superintendent of the Bureau of Criminal Apprehension, Pete Orput, the Washington County Attorney, Zorislav Leyderman, another civil rights attorney, and an FBI agent. The discussion was lively and engaging. It is available below:
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