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April 21, 2015

Lots of inside DOJ news emerging from inside the Beltway

My sentencing students often get tired of hearing me talk about the importance of WHO sentences and who sets sentencing policies, but these two new news stories out of Washington DC are all about personnel issues in the US Department of Justice:

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