Barbara Jones, the special master who vetted documents seized in the Michael Cohen case, has been tapped to independently review policies and procedures surrounding child sex abuse cases within the Catholic Church in New York.

Cardinal Timothy Dolan—who leads the New York Archdiocese—announced on Thursday that Jones, a former federal judge for the Southern District of New York, will be responsible for reviewing cases of child sex abuse in the church and determining if officials have followed the policies and procedures of the diocese when dealing with those cases.

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