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March 20, 1985

Saying that deputy U.S. marshals are "on the brink of burnout," the director of the U.S. Marshals Service told Congress that last year's sweeping anti-crime bill and the creation of 85 new federal judgeships are tying up the criminal justice system. The testimony by Director Stanley E. Morris marked the Administration's first public assessment of the new demands that last year's Comprehensive Crime Control Act has placed on federal law enforcement officials.

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