Use of ‘drill’ music as proof offers defendants a foul rap


The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is to evaluate its steerage on “drill” music amid claims from teachers that it could actually cease younger black males from getting a good trial.

The CPS is conducting what it describes as a “listening train” with teachers, barristers, civil liberty campaigners and youth teams who concern using drill music in trials can unfairly stereotype younger black defendants as being concerned in violence.

Though there have been circumstances the place proof of drill music inciting gang violence has been introduced, the CPS maintains that it is just used the place it’s “necessary” and “related.”

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