Nunn later graduated from college and then the University of Michigan Law School. Last month, having passed a character fitness test, Nunn passed the Georgia bar. On Monday, she will be sworn in as...
One sure solution to cut down on misconduct by any public official is to eliminate "qualified immunity". If public officials (especially law enforcement, judicial "officers" and prosecutors) were subject to personal lawsuits, they would have to learn to behave themselves. Public officials should have NO immunity from lawsuits resulting from their misconduct.
President Bill Clinton used his presidential pardon power in July 2000 to commute the sentence of Serena Nunn, who was sentenced to 15 years for a first-time nonviolent drug offense when she was 19. The pardon shaved three years off Nunn's sentence. Nunn told me over the phone, "I thought then that it was a great thing that a president used his power to help an average person."
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