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Topic - Charles Miller
An Ohio driver who killed a woman when he crashed his SUV into two parked cars last year has been sentenced to 17 months in prison.
A New Orleans police officer was suspended without pay after he allegedly sped away from a traffic stop.
Department of Justice spokesman Charles Miller said the administration is reviewing its options.
Justice Department spokesman Charles Miller declined to comment other than to note that a hearing on the settlement has been scheduled for next week.