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4 Things To Watch In The Case Against Roger Stone


25 Jan 2019
Reprinted with permission

Roger Stone’s claim that the investigation into his alleged lying to the House Intelligence Committee was politically motivated could help sway public opinion, but it won’t not garner any attention from a judge in trial according to Robert S. Litt in the Law360 article, “4 Things To Watch In The Case Against Roger Stone.”

“It's not a defense to a charge of lying to Congress that somebody may have been politically motivated to bring the prosecution,” he said. “The question is, 'did you lie, or did you not lie?'”



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