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New Priorities Likely for U.S. Attorney Offices

November 13, 2016, The Wall Street Journal

Arlo Devlin-Brown is quoted by The Wall Street Journal in an article regarding the uncertainty surrounding the types of cases the U.S. Justice Department will pursue during Donald Trump’s presidency. According to Devlin-Brown, “It is only in rare circumstances that a leadership change impacts prosecutions or well-developed investigations already in progress at the time of the transition.”

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