Douglas McNabb

practices international criminal defense and extradition law

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Douglas McNabb on KCRW

While the US and Cuba laud the return to normal relations between the two countries—including today’s announcement of embassies re-opening in Washington and Havana—some seventy U.S.

U.S. Fugitives in Cuba

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