During his nearly two decades in the Senate, Bill Bradley never sat on theSenate Judiciary Committee and was never a major player in congressionaldebates over crime policy or civil justice reform.

And today, as his campaign for the Democratic nomination for presidentcontinues to gather momentum, Bradley has yet to spell out his views on thesubjects. But the former Knicks forward and nonlawyer is by no means withoutstrong opinions about the legal system.

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