Wednesday, May 6, 2009
The Capital reports two Naval Academy graduates (and football players) will seek presidential pardons after being court-martialed in unrelated cases for sexually assaulting two female midshipmen. It is argued that neither men received fair trials and that they "could make greater contributions to society if they didn't have the convictions hanging over their heads." Jerome P. Mullins, who is said to specialize in "sentence mitigation and pardons," expects a "tough fight" ahead. See additional details on this story here.
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