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Bruno mistrial motion denied

Joe Bruno arrives at the federal courthouse in Albany for his trial last week.
Joe Bruno arrives at the federal courthouse in Albany for his trial last week.
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The judge overseeing former state Senate leader Joseph Bruno’s federal court corruption trial late Monday denied a defense request for a mistrial. U.S. District Court Chief Judge Gary L. Sharpe ruled from the bench on a motion to end Bruno’s trial immediately on the grounds that prosecutors have improperly introduced evidence about campaign contributions made by Jared Abbruzzese, the businessman Bruno is accused of accepting bribes from. The defense raised objections last week when there ...


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