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Recent increases in organized-crime convictions involve prosecutors exploiting (Points : 2) less-than-loyal younger Mafiosi. defense attorneys. street drug dealers. many
older Mafiosi who fear for their own safety.
Recent increases in organized-crime convictions involve prosecutors exploiting: less-than-loyal younger Mafiosi.
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