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Harvey Silverglate

Spitzer's legal minefield

By Harvey Silverglate
March 15, 2008

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UNLESS ELIOT Spitzer's legal team negotiates a plea bargain before he is charged, the governor could face a novella-length federal indictment. How can it be, one asks, that an act as simple as a New Yorker meeting a prostitute in a Washington hotel room could engender a multicount federal indictment, especially since such conduct is seemingly a quintessential local, not ... (Full article: 796 words)

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