Ronald Goldfarb

Ronald Goldfarb is a Washington, D.C., attorney and author of 12 books, including After Conviction: A Review of the American Correction System. He edited and contributed to After Snowden: Privacy, Secrecy, and Security in the Information Age. He was a prosecutor in the Justice Department under Robert F. Kennedy.


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There are standards and norms, not that Trump seems to know or care. Read more

Law and Justice


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How federal prosecutors let major white-collar criminals off the hook and stick shareholders with the costs of corporate crime Read more

Health and Social Policy


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A former Justice Department prosecutor explores how a 1966 Supreme Court ruling could form the basis for possible future prosecutions. Read more

America and the World


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Edward Snowden deserves a plea bargain that balances his interests with those of the U.S. government. Read more

America and the World