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 David H. Safavian

Im not used to having people have tape recorders in front of me, he confesses to a reporter so equipped. The fact that people are recording what Im saying tells me that I need to be very careful and measured in my remarks.
David Safavian, quoted by Federal Times
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The group behind a 2016 state question letting Oklahomans reclassify drug possession as a misdemeanor said Wednesday criminal justice reforms coming this legislative session won't cut it. Oklahomans for Criminal Justice Reform Chairman Kris Steele said the sentencing and parole reforms promoted ...
“Whether you are a Republican or a Democrat, whether you are a liberal or a conservative, our core values as human beings require us to advance human dignity,” said David Safavian, deputy director of the ACU Foundation's Center for Criminal Justice Reform. “I don't believe … that prison should be some medieval place ...

Two others are David Safavian and Pat Nolan, the deputy director and director of the Center for Criminal Justice Reform, which is a unit of the powerful conservative lobbying group, the American Conservative Union Foundation. Safavian, also caught up in the Abramoff scandal, was convicted of obstruction ...
Leading off the discussion was David Safavian of the American Conservative Union, who asserted that criminal justice reform is a “rare issue that unites the right and the left.” Noting that federal inmates have a 40 percent recidivism rate, Safavian observed tthat “only a federal program can have a 40 percent ...
In doing so, it will also encourage federal prosecutors to focus on those who pose actual risks to our families and our communities. David Safavian is an attorney and deputy director of the American Conservative Union Foundation's Center for Criminal Justice Reform. Kaitlin Owens is a staff member of the ...
David Safavian is deputy director of the American Conservative Union Foundation's Center for Criminal Justice Reform. Patrick Plein is a government affairs analyst with the American Conservative Union Foundation. If you would like to write an op-ed for the Washington Examiner, please read our ...

Collins' 90 percent lifetime rating by the American Conservative Union shows that he is a strong conservative in Congress. His introduction of the Prison Reform and Redemption Act makes clear that he intends to get results. And that is something everyone can support. David Safavian is deputy director of ...
The mother of Tashii Brown, who died in Las Vegas police custody in May, spoke in public about her son's case for the first time this week. Trinita Farmer spoke at a Thursday night screening of the documentary film, "What Happened in Vegas," during the FreedomFest conference at the Paris Las Vegas.
Former GSA chief of staff David Safavian was appointed in 2002, supposedly to help clean up after a revolving-door scandal involving the agency. Instead, Safavian was sentenced to a year in prison after he was went on a Scottish golf junket with Jack Abramoff, who was seeking to develop the building ...
The GSA chief of staff role has not been an easy one over the years, starting back in the President George W. Bush administration, when David Safavian got into trouble over the Jack Abramoff scandal. Under the President Barack Obama administration, Michael Robertson was thrust into the middle of the ...
This Law Puts Homeowners at Risk of Property Rights Violations. Pat Nolan / @PatNolan4Justic / David Safavian / March 22, 2017 /. Twitter · Facebook · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email; Comments; Print. Civil forfeiture laws give more leeway to law enforcement in seizing assets they believe may have been used in a crime.
This Law Puts Homeowners at Risk of Property Rights Violations. Pat Nolan / @PatNolan4Justic / David Safavian / March 22, 2017 /. Twitter · Facebook · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email; Comments; Print. Civil forfeiture laws give more leeway to law enforcement in seizing assets they believe may have been used in a crime.
Last session, the justice reinvestment legislation didn't have bicameral support at the State House; the full Senate resoundingly passed the bills while the House of Representatives didn't vote on the bills. While it's still unclear what the House will do this session, the six bills that were born out of a task force ...
Two others are David Safavian and Pat Nolan, the deputy director and director of the Center for Criminal Justice Reform, which is a unit of the powerful conservative lobbying group, the American Conservative Union Foundation. Safavian, also caught up in the Abramoff scandal, was convicted of obstruction ...
Did you know it's a federal crime to write a check for less than a dollar? So are walking your dog in a national park if your leash is longer than 6 feet and digging for arrowheads on federal lands. As harmless as each of these examples appears, any one could land you in federal prison. In 1787, there were ...
Collins' 90 percent lifetime rating by the American Conservative Union shows that he is a strong conservative in Congress. His introduction of the Prison Reform and Redemption Act makes clear that he intends to get results. And that is something everyone can support. David Safavian is deputy director of ...
The mother of Tashii Brown, who died in Las Vegas police custody in May, spoke in public about her son's case for the first time this week. Trinita Farmer spoke at a Thursday night screening of the documentary film, "What Happened in Vegas," during the FreedomFest conference at the Paris Las Vegas.

Former GSA chief of staff David Safavian was appointed in 2002, supposedly to help clean up after a revolving-door scandal involving the agency. Instead, Safavian was sentenced to a year in prison after he was went on a Scottish golf junket with Jack Abramoff, who was seeking to develop the building ...
The GSA chief of staff role has not been an easy one over the years, starting back in the President George W. Bush administration, when David Safavian got into trouble over the Jack Abramoff scandal. Under the President Barack Obama administration, Michael Robertson was thrust into the middle of the ...
This Law Puts Homeowners at Risk of Property Rights Violations. Pat Nolan / @PatNolan4Justic / David Safavian / March 22, 2017 /. Twitter · Facebook · Google+ · LinkedIn · Email; Comments; Print. Civil forfeiture laws give more leeway to law enforcement in seizing assets they believe may have been used in a crime.
Last session, the justice reinvestment legislation didn't have bicameral support at the State House; the full Senate resoundingly passed the bills while the House of Representatives didn't vote on the bills. While it's still unclear what the House will do this session, the six bills that were born out of a task force ...
Two others are David Safavian and Pat Nolan, the deputy director and director of the Center for Criminal Justice Reform, which is a unit of the ...
Did you know it's a federal crime to write a check for less than a dollar? So are walking your dog in a national park if your leash is longer than 6 ...
David Safavian is deputy director of the American Conservative Union Foundation's Center for Criminal Justice Reform. Patrick Plein is a ...
The mother of Tashii Brown, who died in Las Vegas police custody in May, spoke in public about her son's case for the first time this week.
Former GSA chief of staff David Safavian was appointed in 2002, supposedly to help clean up after a revolving-door scandal involving the ...
... years, starting back in the President George W. Bush administration, when David Safavian got into trouble over the Jack Abramoff scandal.
Civil forfeiture laws give more leeway to law enforcement in seizing assets they believe may have been used in a crime. (Photo: iStock Photos) ...
Last session, the justice reinvestment legislation didn't have bicameral support at the State House; the full Senate resoundingly passed the bills ...
David Safavian, deputy director of the American Conservative Union's Center for Criminal Justice Reform, emphasized the destructive role ...
... liberty and the due process of law. David Safavian is a senior fellow at American Conservative Union Foundation Center for Criminal Justice ...
David Safavian, who was chief of procurement policy in the Bush administration's Office of Management and Budget until late last week, was ...
Leading off the discussion was David Safavian of the American Conservative Union, who asserted that criminal justice reform is a “rare issue ...
... Insurance Corp.; Tom Pyle with American Energy Alliance; and David Safavian of ACUF Center for Criminal Justice Reform at the event.
The mother of Tashii Brown, who died in Las Vegas police custody in May, spoke in public about her son's case for the first time this week.
Former GSA chief of staff David Safavian was appointed in 2002, supposedly to help clean up after a revolving-door scandal involving the ...
Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte speaks at a campaign rally May 11 at the Kleffner Ranch in East Helena. Thom Bridge ...
... reform movement, says David Safavian, deputy director of the American Conservative Union Foundation's Center for Criminal Justice Reform ...
Sen. Dean Heller Dean Arthur HellerSenate Dems hold floor talk-a-thon against latest ObamaCare repeal bill Lawmakers grapple with ...
... years, starting back in the President George W. Bush administration, when David Safavian got into trouble over the Jack Abramoff scandal.
Civil forfeiture laws give more leeway to law enforcement in seizing assets they believe may have been used in a crime. (Photo: iStock Photos) ...
Last session, the justice reinvestment legislation didn't have bicameral support at the State House; the full Senate resoundingly passed the bills ...
David Safavian, deputy director of the American Conservative Union's Center for Criminal Justice Reform, emphasized the destructive role ...
... liberty and the due process of law. David Safavian is a senior fellow at American Conservative Union Foundation Center for Criminal Justice ...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Former U.S. Rep. Corrine Brown's longtime chief of staff has pleaded guilty to charges related to what prosecutors ...
David Safavian is deputy director of the American Conservative Union Foundation's Center for Criminal Justice Reform. The owner of the resort didn't ask his guests why they were there.
David Safavian, deputy director of the American Conservative Union's Center for Criminal Justice Reform, emphasized the destructive role prison time plays on family stability.
Van Gelder carved out somewhat of a niche representing Bush-era federal officials under indictment or investigation, including David Safavian of the U.S. General Services Administration, who was ensnared in the Jack Abramoff lobbying scandal, and ...


 

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