MA Probation Case Sets Higher Bar for Federal Prosecutions

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The federal appeals court decision this week overturning the high-profile convictions of former Massachusetts Probation Department officials helped carve a new landscape for prosecutors, one that may make U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz a bit more selective in indicting public officials as she finishes out her term, reports the Boston Globe. “The [appeals court] has set . . .

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