Full appeals court to review dismissal of Michael Flynn case

The Washington-based federal appeals court is participating in the legal dispute over former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn as it decides whether a judge can be forced to dismiss a case that the Justice Department no longer wants to pursue.

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