When Janet Reno steps down this month, she will have made history as the longest serving attorney general of the 20th century. Her eight-year tenure has been book-ended by controversial decisions in Waco, Texas, and in the case of Elian Gonzalez. But Reno also leaves a legacy of law enforcement at the local level. Host Lisa Simeone speaks with Jim Oliphant, a reporter with the Legal Times newspaper.
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