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  • President Obama's Commutations

    During his two terms in office, President Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 1,715 people. That's more than the previous 13 presidents combined. Last November in a conference call with reporters, White House Counsel Neil Eggleston and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates explained the reasons for the president's actions.

President Obama's Commutations

During his two terms in office, President Barack Obama commuted the sentences of 1,715 people. That's more than the previous 13 presidents combined. Last November in a conference call with reporters, White House Counsel Neil Eggleston and Deputy Attorney General Sally Yates explained the reasons for the president's actions.
Diedra Laird The Charlotte Observer