Law’s Naso weighs in on the Ariel Castro case

Why prosecutors aren’t done charging alleged Cleveland captor Ariel Castro

The Christian Science Monitor: Carmen Naso, assistant professor of law, explains why more charges may be brought against Ariel Castro. The charges against Castro are coming in two installments to make the process easier for the three women, he says. Because of their fragile emotional state, he says, law enforcement would have been “reckless” in pushing them for everything immediately after their escape.