At just 24 days, army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn's tenure as National Security Advisor is the shortest ever on record.  But he is far more notable for his three year delayed sentencing on a guilty plea to lying to federal agents.  In this episode, Paul explains how federal sentencing works and tackles the issue who who ultimately has the authority to stop a prosecution, all in the context of the Flynn case.  Tune in to hear how the Honorable Emmet Sullivan enlisted a third party to argue against the Department of Justice's decision to drop it's own prosecution, how the appeal was circumvented, and how President Trump ultimately put the issue to bed.

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