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1. That's problematic.
Sat Jul 13, 2019, 10:26 AM
Jul 2019

Jurisdictional issues come into play with Federal facilities. A D.A. wanting to do that would quickly find him or herself on some shaky ground. In Texas, particularly, popular sentiment would probably not be on the same side of the issue, and the D.A. would be challenged at the next election.

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