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Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Johnson to leave Council on Crime and Justice, resume law practice

After nine years as president of the Council on Crime and Justice, Tom Johnson has announced that he is leaving the post and resuming his law practice at Gray Plant Mooty effective March 1.

"Being at the Council has been a wonderful experience; one that I have enjoyed each and every day for the past nine years," Johnson said in an e-mail announcing his plans. "For this I extend my heartfelt thanks to the Council’s committed Board of Directors, to its hard-working and talented staff, and to all of you who have helped the Council shed a brighter, more informed light on the causes and consequences of crime and violence."

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