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How the Supreme Court Has Reined in Federal Prosecutors

July 14, 2017, New York Law Journal

The New York Law Journal highlights an article by Arlo Devlin-Brown and Erin Monju on the Supreme Court's decision in McDonnell. “The reality is that McDonnell is of limited significance: It prevents prosecutors from bringing only the weakest of public corruption cases, those where the prosecution lacks even circumstantial evidence that a corrupt payoff was for something more than a chance to meet with the public official,” they wrote.

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