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Mr. Arnold I. Burns

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Background

Employment History

  • Deputy Attorney General, Administration
    Reagan
  • Deputy U.S. Attorney General In the Administration
    Reagan
  • Arnhold and S. Bleichroeder, Inc.
  • Deputy Attorney General

Board Memberships and Affiliations

41 Total References
Web References
"The grand jury, as we now ...
www.georgewestinghouse.com, 10 Aug 2010 [cached]
"The grand jury, as we now know it, is a foolish anachronism," says Arnold Burns, who was deputy attorney general in the Reagan administration and currently serves on a National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers task force to change the grand jury system.
From Blackstone to Bentham: Why Wrongful Conviction Is On The Rise
www.richardmscrushy.com, 16 Mar 2004 [cached]
In 1998 Arnold I. Burns, Deputy U.S. Attorney General in the Reagan administration, wrote in the Wall Street Journal that "it is time for a sober reassessment of the power we have concentrated in the hands of prosecutors and the alarming absence of effective checks and balances to prevent the widespread abuse of that power."
Legal Policy Advisory Board
www.wlf.org, 30 June 2003 [cached]
Arnold Burns, Esq.Arnhold & S. Bleichroeder, Inc.
ROTTEN DEAD POOL
deadpool.rotten.com [cached]
Arnold I. Burns
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Former Deputy US Attorney General Arnold I. Burns dies in Manhattan.
"The problem here is that it ...
www.commondreams.org, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
"The problem here is that it appears the attorney general, when he moved from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to the Department of Justice, he didn't realize he'd changed jobs," said Arnold I. Burns, a deputy attorney general during the Reagan administration.
Burns himself is a reminder that close ties between Justice and the White House have posed problems before.He resigned in 1988 in protest of charges of improper behavior by then-Attorney General Edwin Meese III, a longtime friend of President Reagan.
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