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Resource ID: #16750
Subject: Criminal Justice System
Source: New Yorker
Date: 2000-06-12


This article looks at how Theodore Kamasinski became an advocate for reform in the criminal justice system and set off a chain of events to reform personal politics in New Hampshire, all by taking advantage of a state law that lets private citizens practice law.

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