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Ian MacDougall is a senior reporting fellow at ProPublica. A lawyer as well as a journalist, he has written about crime, criminal justice and legal affairs for The Atlantic, Slate, The Guardian, Newsweek and n+1. Prior to attending law school, he was an Associated Press reporter, with stints in the Oslo, Norway, and Providence, Rhode Island, bureaus.
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