Departing U.S. Pardon Attorney Was “Very Frustrated” Over Lack Of Staff

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Departing U.S. Justice Department's pardon attorney Deborah Leff is leaving her job because she is frustrated by a lack of resources for one of the president's centerpiece criminal-justice initiatives, people close to her tell the Washington Post. Leff’s resignation was previously reported by Politico. Leff ls leaving as the Obama administration struggles to process a
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