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Testimony ends in Bruno trial

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A federal court jury tomorrow will begin deliberating on whether "consulting payments" received by former state Senate leader Joseph L. Bruno were actually bribes. Closing statements in Bruno's nine-day-old trial on corruption charges are slated for 9 a.m. at the federal courthouse. But prosecution and defense rested their cases today, with the 85-year-old Republican waiving the right to testify in his own defense. Bruno, of Brunswick, who was the Senate's majority leader from 1994 to ...


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