What are the legal implications of Trump’s Stone commutation?

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Published on 12 Jul 2020, 21:28
A day after President Trump commuted Roger Stone’s sentence, former Special Counsel Robert Mueller defended his prosecution and conviction of the president’s longtime friend and ally. Stone was found guilty of seven felonies including obstructing a Congressional investigation and witness tampering. Ryan Goodman, professor of law at New York University and Co-Editor in Chief of Just Security joins.
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