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The Criminal Justice Club is a criminal justice insider's point of view of the media influenced Liberal bias within the US criminal justice system.

Book about Liberal Media Influence Over the Criminal Justice System, Liberal Bias Opponent

Even with the relatively few crimes Los Angeles County DAs end up prosecuting, DAs in Los Angeles need not worry about layoffs. There will always be enough business to keep them busy. The police and prosecutorial resources devoted to fighting crime in Los Angeles County are enormous. The L.A. County District Attorney's Office serves a population of approximately ten million and prosecutes all felonies committed in the county, as well as misdemeanors committed in the unincorporated areas of the county and in 78 of the county’s 88 cities. It is the largest local prosecution office in the nation with about one thousand lawyers. When I joined the DA’s office in 1968, there were about three hundred lawyers and only a handful of women DAs. At this writing, the majority of prosecutors in the Los Angeles County DA’s Office are women. About one-third are minorities. These prosecutors are spread over 38 offices around the county.

One of my reasons for writing this book is to urge the news media and their reporters to become educated in the workings of the criminal justice system and to stop misleading the public—whether from ignorance or liberal bias.

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