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Reducing Racial Disparity in Prosecution Blog

In the article by Lu (2007) the author notes varying aspects of the prosecutorial decision-making process

 that can lead to racial disparities. Some of these pertain to seemingly race neutral laws and policies, as
well as state and local law enforcement behaviors, to lack of oversight of prosecutorial discretion.
 Using the Guidance on Reducing Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Federal Prosecutions on page 199 of the
the article, blog about how prosecutors could consider setting principles for prosecutorial charging that
would assist in preventing factors pertaining to race or ethnicity from being considered.