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26 Federal Sentencing Reporter 86 (2013)
This brief essay comments on Attorney General Eric Holder's much-publicized announcement in 2013 of new federal prosecution priorities. While Holder's announcement represents a welcome shift away from the rigid legalism that has dominated federal prosecutorial policies for a generation, some concerns are also highlighted in the essay.
O'Hear, Michael M., "Two Cheers for the New Paradigm" (2013). Faculty Publications. Paper 643.