Ronald Goldfarb is a Washington, D.C., attorney and author of 12 books, including After Conviction: A Review of the American Correction System. He edited and contributed to After Snowden: Privacy, Secrecy, and Security in the Information Age. He was a prosecutor in the Justice Department under Robert F. Kennedy.
There are standards and norms, not that Trump seems to know or care.Ronald GoldfarbJul 19, 2018
How federal prosecutors let major white-collar criminals off the hook and stick shareholders with the costs of corporate crimeRonald GoldfarbFeb 14, 2018
A former Justice Department prosecutor explores how a 1966 Supreme Court ruling could form the basis for possible future prosecutions.Ronald GoldfarbAug 25, 2017
Edward Snowden deserves a plea bargain that balances his interests with those of the U.S. government.Ronald GoldfarbJan 11, 2017