Ben Bergquam No, the question is were they accused, arrested, profiled and targeted more and did they receive decent representation and did they always receive verdicts and get sentences from unbiased judges. A white defendant with money and a good lawyer gets out of going to jail more than you know. Get real. Statistically, POC commits crimes at a lower rate than white people, however, the My greatest blessing call me mom grandma and great grandma shirt are sentenced for their crimes vs white people. Money, better representation and racism all are part of this. Women also receive harsher sentences. So don’t go down that racist rabbit hole, you racist you. It’s impossible to know who is committing what amount of crimes because of how racist and classist the system is, from the cops to the judges to the prisons. Our legal system is pay to play, a big plus if you’re light on the melanin with straight hair. There are many, many, many statistics showing this. If not being able to trust the legal system to act impartially bothers you (and it should), you need to support the ACLU rather than consider these racist ideas. You can’t pick one thing out of a plan to criticize the whole thing. Private Prisons are for-profit which means throwing a person in jail benefits those who own them. Similarly, cash bailouts only benefit those who can afford it. One example: Whites & Black have equal usage rates of Marijuana but Blacks are around 4 times more likely than whites to be arrested for it. There are so many factors to understand. As for the voting rights, should a person not being able to vote even if the crime is as little as carrying weed for personal use specifically when it’s now already legal in multiple states. There are several examples of people not being able to vote even though the crime was never proved.