UPDATE: U.S. Attorney On Mendelson Letter in Tony Randolph Hunter Murder Case
D.C. Wire promised we would update when we heard from the Office of the U.S. Attorney for the District about the letter Mendelson wrote to Acting U.S. Attorney for the District Channing Phillips about the status of Tony Randolph Hunter murder case.
Around 6 p.m. spokesman Ben Friedman sent this response to D.C. Wire.
"Our Office intends to respond, in some fashion, in the relatively near future. That said, under [U.S. Department of Justice] policy, we are unable to discuss the details of any other plea negotiation with this or any other defendant. Also, as I am sure you know, a defendant is able to take a plea to any and all charges against him at any time, regardless of whether the government provides a plea offer."
September 10, 2009; 7:14 PM ET
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