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After Nearly 44 Years, and 3 Major Terrorism Trials, a Judge Leaves the Bench

Judge Kevin Thomas Duffy, who retired last month, is best known for presiding in three of the country’s biggest federal terrorism trials, two of them stemming from the 1993 World Trade Center attack.
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