Stevens Trial Prosecutors Can't Stop Airing Of Dirty Laundry

Law360, New York (February 8, 2012, 4:45 PM EST) -- A Washington federal judge on Wednesday ordered that a report on prosecutorial misconduct in the 2008 corruption case against the late Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska, be released in full, saying the First Amendment and the fair administration of justice required public access to the report.

Denying two motions to permanently seal court-appointed investigator Henry F. Schuelke III's 500-page report, Judge Emmet Sullivan said the report, which reveals that prosecutors concealed evidence Stevens could have used to defend himself and is available only in a redacted form,...
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USA v. STEVENS


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1:08-cr-00231

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District Of Columbia

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July 29, 2008

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