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Severna Park man's case one of first to follow Holder's recommendations
A Severna Park man accused of running drugs from Atlanta to Northern Virginia pleaded guilty Tuesday to a cocaine conspiracy charge that did not specify the quantity he sold — marking one of the first cases in the Washington area in which prosecutors have followed the attorney general's directive not to charge low-level drug offenders with crimes that trigger stiff mandatory minimum penalties.
By Matt Zapotosky, The Washington Post
August 21, 2013