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Menendez Mistrial Latest in String of Setbacks for Corruption Prosecutions

The Wall Street Journal

16 Nov 2017

In The Wall Street Journal article “Menendez Mistrial Latest in String of Setbacks for Corruption Prosecutions,” partner Carrie H. Cohen advised that the government doesn’t need evidence such as wire taps or emails to prove corruption — but the more circumstantial the evidence is, the more likely the jury will be to focus on what the accused politician actually traded.

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