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Siegelman: Stevens Case Is Dropped, So Why Not Mine?

Posted in Main Blog (All Posts) on April 2nd, 2009 4:40 am by HL

Siegelman: Stevens Case Is Dropped, So Why Not Mine?
For Don Siegelman, DOJ’s decision on Ted Stevens just adds insult to injury. “There seems to be substantial evidence of prosecutorial and other misconduct in my case, that would dwarf the allegations in the Stevens case,” the former Alabama governor…

DOJ’s Motion To Dismiss Stevens Case
“>Here’s the Justice Department’s undated motion to dismiss the case, which lays out the rationale in detail, and was presumably filed yesterday or this morning….



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One Response to “Siegelman: Stevens Case Is Dropped, So Why Not Mine?”

  1. Lew Weinstein Says:

    Prosecutorial misconduct is a plague on our justice system, happening much more frequently than most people believe. It just adds to the travesty that prosecutors who break the law are so rarely prosecuted themselves. I researched this issue and wrote a novel about a young man who finds himself in Sing Sing prison for a murder he did not commit, put there by a NYC prosecutor who knew he was innocent. To learn more about how prosecutors cheat, and to read about and perhaps purchase my book, look up A GOOD CONVICTION by Lewis M. Weinstein on amazon.com.