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- Timothy J. Heaphy attorney in private practice; former federal prosecutor (served as Assistant U.S. Attorney in both the District of Columbia and the Western District of Virginia)
- Julie Stewart president, Families Against Mandatory Minimums
- Judge Reggie B. Walton United States District Judge for the District of Columbia
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