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Ukrainian Judges Visit Las Vegas
Ukrainian Judges Visit Las Vegas

AIR DATE: December 28, 2011

Even though the Iron Curtain fell more than 20 years ago, some of the former Soviet Republics have had trouble getting their judicial systems independent and free of political influence. Federal judge Lloyd George has been hosting five Ukrainian judges in Las Vegas to see the workings of the US judicial system. We talk with them about what they've learned about the US legal system and what they'd like to take back home.
Judge Lloyd George
Judge Svitlana Volodymyrivna Hayduk
Judge Yana Borysivna Hlushchenko

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