Depending on the original basis on which the Department of Justice declined to prosecute Ray Epps, this situation is a bit unusual. If Ray Epps has since committed a new crime or if additional evidence has been uncovered that was not available at the time of the initial decision, then it is feasible that the Department of Justice has decided to seek a prosecution after all. It is also possible that the new evidence or the accused’s actions since the initial decision by the DOJ had influenced the new decision. It is important to review the details of the case before making any further judgment.
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