330 Sentences Commuted On Obama's Last Full Day in Office

President Barack Obama granted 330 more commutations on Thursday, his last full day in office, in what is the largest single set of commutations during his presidency.

In all, Obama commuted the sentences of 1,715 individuals, more than any other president in history and more than the last 13 presidents combined, according to White House counsel Neil Eggleston, writing at the White House Blog.....

Read the full article from the American Bar Association Journal by clicking here.

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