'Only the Beginning?': US AG Barr's Role in Roger Stone Sentencing Roils City Bar and Ex-Prosecutors | New York Law Journal

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By Tom McParland 

"Recent actions by the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia, a component of the United States Department of Justice, raise serious questions about whether the Department of Justice is making prosecutorial decisions based not on neutral principles but in order to protect President Trump's supporters and friends," the group said in its letter. "In our criminal justice system, a single standard must apply to all who are accused or convicted of violating the law--unequal treatment based on political influence is to be deplored in all cases but is especially dangerous if it emanates from the presidency."

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