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Dear Editor:

Published on this website last year was a fascinating and timely memorandum from outgoing INS commissioner Doris Meissner informing all agency offices on the need to use "prosecutorial discretion." I am currently researching the uptake on this D.C memo and looking for cases where the INS or attorneys have used prosecutorial discretion to resolve any immigration conflicts, major or minor. Would any immigration attorney that has argued a pending case on the basis of this memo please e-mail me details or publish it here with ILW. The Meissner memo was designed to curb irrational prosecutions that are over-loading the judicial system. If you have not read it, get a copy of it for the sanity of you clients. My email address is: neilreed@hotmail.

With thanks,

Neil Reed

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