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Review: 'Crime + Punishment' delves into the NYPD's ticketing quotas

"Crime + Punishment" is a quiet documentary but a potent one. Though its approach is low key, its passion, drama and concern for exposing wrongdoing is unmistakable.

Directed by Stephen Maing, who also did his own cinematography over the picture's four-year span, "Crime" is impressive enough to have won a special jury award for impact at Sundance earlier this year.

Although its subject is

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