David Iglesias

Former US Attorney

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Former United States Attorney for the District of New Mexico (October, 2001-February, 2007)

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America's chief law enforcement officer,  Attorney General Alberto Gonzales , came under attack from members of both parties today at a  Senate Judiciary Committee hearing  on Capitol…

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