Ma. Reverses Trend: More Federal Crimes Are Tried

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The number of criminal trials in Massachsetts federal courts has nearly doubled since Michael Sullivan took over as U.S. attorney in 2001, even as the number of trials across the nation has plummeted, says the Boston Globe. Judges, lawyers, and prosecutors have lamented the “death of the jury trial” in federal courts, where 1 percent
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