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Judge Jackson: ‘What I regret’ is focus on ‘small subset’ of sentences during my hearing 

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Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., asked Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson if she regretted a sentence she handed out in a case involving child pornography. Jackson responded saying “What I regret is that in a hearing about my qualifications to be a justice on this Supreme Court we’ve spent a lot of time focusing on this small subset of my sentences.”