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August 25, 2011

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j bonna

It seems like this is solely intended to just make it a chore for the defense attorneys. Am I missing something?

Peter J. Tomao

The U.S. Attorneys' offices in the New York area have been using these contractors for years. It is an expensive, time consuming and inefficient process but the Courts allow it.

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