Enjoy our two part series where our president Mark Allenbaugh and advisor Doug Passon drill down on former president Donald Trump’s sentencing judge, Hon. Tanya S. Chutkan using our platform and process described above.
Coming soon: Part 2 of the series will feature Doug and Mark using ReasonRank and our 3553a Analysis to get inside Judge Chutkan’s head.
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