Margaret Love on Presidential Pardons
Former U.S. pardon attorney and current representor for applicants for presidential pardon, Margaret Colgate Love, has written an op-ed for The Washington Post examining presidential pardons from today’s and previous administrations and the controversy surrounding them.
“Rather than seeing presidential pardons as a way to recognize the redemptive power of the justice system, federal prosecutors have often regarded pardons with suspicion – as antithetical and even threatening to what they do.”
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