How Tough Federal Prosecutor Decided Not To Send A Defendant To Prison

The Oregonian tells the story of how a tough federal prosecutor in Portland became friendly with a defendant after they were forced to meet with a judge twice a month. In 2013, DeQuandre Davis, who had been convicted of a robbery, was arrested with a gun and tested positive for marijuana. Judge Paul Papak refused
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