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Morris Lasker, 92; judge fought mandatory sentencing laws

MORRIS LASKER MORRIS LASKER
By Bryan Marquard
Globe Staff / December 27, 2009

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In his mid-40s and a lawyer on Madison Avenue in New York City, Morris Lasker was in a reflective mood as he penned a few paragraphs in 1963 for the 25th anniversary report of his Harvard class. (Full article: 1202 words)

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