Michael Nachmanoff

US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia

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Twelve thousand inmates are eligible for release from federal prisons due to  reforms of sentencing laws  for crack cocaine.

Crack Sentencing Reforms Take Effect

Twelve thousand inmates are eligible for release from federal prisons due to reforms of sentencing laws for crack cocaine.

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