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Pretrial arguments made in Bruno’s federal corruption case

Former Senate majority leader Joe Bruno is swarmed by reporters outside Federal Court in Albany in 2010.
Former Senate majority leader Joe Bruno is swarmed by reporters outside Federal Court in Albany in 2010.
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Final pretrial arguments are being made and other details put in place for the second federal corruption trial of former state Senate majority leader Joseph L. Bruno, scheduled to start on May 5 in U.S. District Court. Defense lawyers and federal prosecutors filed some of their final pretrial documents on Thursday, including still-confidential witness lists and lists of possible evidence exhibits. The lawyers also made legal arguments to U.S. District Court Judge Gary L. Sharpe ...


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