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Every objective study of police perjury has come to the conclusion that police perjury is widespread and condoned. And the problem is rampant in most parts of the country.Alan M. Dershowitz, Reasonable Doubt: The Criminal Justice System and the O. J. Simpson Case, 1996. [ Dershowitz's accusation created an uproar in law enforcement circles. But anyone who knows anything about policing knew then, and knows now, that perjury by detectives and police officers is a criminal justice problem.
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