In a recent article about the media coverage of child fatalities when a human service agency is involved, Daniel Pollack, a professor at Yeshiva University’s School of Social Work in New York City questions the fairness of the press. After reviewing many articles from previous years related to these type of cases, Professor Pollack is questioning the ethics and the integrity of some journalists. He concludes that “without a fair press we risk inadvertently prejudicing the justice system later on. The guilty may go free, and the innocent may suffer undeserving penalties or miss their opportunity for compensation”.
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