Frank Cooper on WGBH

January 24, 2014 at 5:36 pm Leave a comment

Frank appeared on WGBH’s Basic Black last Friday, January 17 as part of a roundtable discussion with host Callie Crossley.  Frank discussed whether or not rap lyrics can be used as evidence of a crime as well as first amendment issues.  To watch the full discussion, go here.

Topics: Faculty in the News; Criminal Law; Constitutional Law

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Entry filed under: Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Faculty in the News.

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