Edwards Aide Could Face Contempt Charges Over Sex Tape

Law360, New York (June 8, 2012, 11:06 PM EDT) -- A North Carolina state judge on Friday reportedly appointed a prosecutor to investigate possible contempt charges against a former John Edwards aide for holding on to a sex tape Edwards made with his former mistress.

North Carolina Superior Court Judge Michael R. Morgan tapped prosecutor Jim Woodall to look into whether or not Edwards aide Andrew Young — who was the prosecution's star witness in the campaign corruption trial against the former North Carolina Democratic U.S. senator — should be charged with contempt for holding on...
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