David Farber

law professor at the University of California, Berkeley

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Law professor at the University of California, Berkeley

David Farber on KCRW

Christmas is days away, and for 15 people who were naughty, President Trump delivered a special gift last night: a presidential pardon. Five people had their sentences commuted.

Trump’s use of the presidential pardon, and how it departs from his predecessors

Christmas is days away, and for 15 people who were naughty, President Trump delivered a special gift last night: a presidential pardon. Five people had their sentences commuted.

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Every Internet user knows how viruses can turn computers into unwitting zombies secretly responsive to somebody else.

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