AG Decries Sentencing Disparities

Holder keeps race on front burner in speech.

, The National Law Journal


As Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. announced sweeping new sentencing policies last week, he once again called for a national conversation on racial equality, echoing a persistent theme throughout his career as a judge and prosecutor.

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Originally appeared in print as AG Decries Sentencing Disparities

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