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Indiana To Train Mexican Prosecutors Dealing With Drug War

August 6, 2010

All this week, NPR’s been bringing you stories that take a closer look at the Drug War in Mexico.  One of the biggest challenges the Mexican government is facing combating the drug cartels, is prosecuting cases, since intimidation and death threats are a reality for witnesses, law enforcement and prosecutors alike. At the same time, the country is transitioning from a paper based court system, to one that more closely mirrors America’s; with witness appearances in court, oral arguments, testimony before a judge and the like. Indiana will soon play a role in trying to better train Mexican prosecutors to handle that.  Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Marianne Holland spoke with Attorney General Greg Zoeller, whose office will be running the training next month.  Hear the Story

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