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With Federal Cases, Who Decides When To Try?

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Robert Siegel speaks with George Washington law professor Steve Saltzburg about how federal prosecutors decide which cases to pursue. He says despite limited resources, U.S. Attorneys pursue cases against famous people like Roger Clemens and John Edwards precisely because they are in the public eye.
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