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January 4, 2007

Harriet Miers resigns as White House counsel

As detailed in this AP article, "Harriet Miers, President Bush's failed Supreme Court nominee, has submitted her resignation as White House counsel, the White House announced Thursday."  As noted in the posts below from the period when she was a Supreme Court nominee, Miers has an interesting history with some criminal justice issues:

January 4, 2007 at 01:07 PM | Permalink

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I thought this was sentencing blog. What does this posting have to do with anything?

Posted by: | Jan 4, 2007 4:39:55 PM

Anon: if you read the links, you will see lots of sentencing discussion in the prior work by Miers, as well as evidence that she pushed the Bush administration to embrace reentry issues.

Posted by: Doug B. | Jan 4, 2007 4:54:09 PM

Perhaps the bigger question is what does Harriet Miers know and could her conscience compel her to testify?

Posted by: Miers Knows | Apr 12, 2008 9:07:56 PM

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