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Albany County District Attorney Paul Clyne
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Albany County District Attorney Paul Clyne

Albany County District Attorney Paul Clyne

Albany County District Attorney Paul Clyne
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He'll address the strict drug regulations that put Elaine Bartlett, the subject of the book, Life on the Outside, in jail. The regulations are known as the Rockefeller Drug Laws. Clyne is the son of Albany County judge John Clyne, who handed Bartlett a sentence of 20 years to life in state prison.

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