Well, today’s the Big Game.
Being a federal prosecutor often exposes you to worlds into which you’d otherwise never venture.
Such was the case when I (reluctantly) took over the newly minted Narcotics and Violent Crime Section of the United States Attorney’s Office in Las Vegas in the late 90’s.
The new unit combined about half of the Criminal Section (taking responsibility for primarily the reactive crimes, not the long-term, proactive White Collar investigations) and the Narcotics Section – formally known as OCDETF – the “Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force” – a dramatic mouthful. [Read more…] about SOME NFL HISTORY: WHAT LIVES MATTERED, THEN AND NOW?