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U.S. attorney reflects on public corruption, torture prosecution and more

, The National Law Journal

Alex Acosta, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of Florida, has earned the respect of many in the South Florida legal community for his hard line on health care fraud, his prosecution of a whopping 13 public officials for corruption and his open-door policy with defense lawyers, agents, journalists and members of the community. We talked with Acosta about what he has learned on the job and what the future holds.

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