Dewey Jury Gets 'All The Emails,' Asks If Falsity Is Illegal

Law360, New York (September 21, 2015, 8:31 PM EDT) -- Jurors in the trial of the former Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP executives accused of defrauding the firm's lenders and investors on Monday requested to review the massive amount of email evidence introduced at trial, and asked probing questions about the criminality of suspect accounting.

On the third full day of deliberations, having already requested to review numerous exhibits, the jury sent a note to New York Supreme Court Judge Robert Stolz asking for even more documents.

"They want all the emails," Judge Stolz said.

Attorneys and their staff later compiled nine large binders and a file folder that had to be...

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