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New York Times: In Domestic Violence Cases, N.F.L. Has a History of Lenience

My colleague Tyrone Thomas was quoted in a New York Times article entitled In Domestic Violence Cases, N.F.L. Has a History of Lenience in which he comments on the lighter punishments the NFL has historically handed down to football players charged with domestic violence. The article focuses on the disparity in punishments under Commissioner Roger Goodell’s personal policy conduct, especially as it relates to domestic violence allegations.

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