US Says No Brady Violation In $136M Contractor Trial

Law360, New York (December 21, 2012, 6:06 PM EST) -- The United States on Friday pushed back against an accusation that it withheld key evidence from a Pennsylvania business owner seeking to overturn his April conviction for defrauding the government in order to land $136 million in contracts, saying there was no Brady violation by prosecutors.

Prosecutors are seeking to hold on to the conviction of Joseph W. Nagle on 26 criminal counts for fraudulently using a minority-owned business to funnel U.S. Department of Transportation contracts to Cressona, Pa.-based concrete bridge beam manufacturing company Schuylkill Products...
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