Ex parte communications can be critical to a magistrate's duties, but when do those communications cross the line and jeopardize the independence of the judicial function? Attorney Joel Cohen examine
National Law Journal
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Mary Jo White`s term as United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York comes to a close at the end of this week. Her eight years there were punctuated by the terrorist plots and attacks
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