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Bruno on course for new trial

Judge rejects arguments for dismissal of second indictment

Joseph L. Bruno, center, leaves Federal Court in Albany in this May 3 photo.
Joseph L. Bruno, center, leaves Federal Court in Albany in this May 3 photo.
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The federal judge presiding over the honest services fraud case against former state Senate majority leader Joseph L. Bruno has rejected arguments to dismiss the second indictment against him. The decision by U.S. District Court Judge Gary L. Sharpe sets a course for Bruno’s second trial to begin on Feb. 4, though at least part of the dismissal decision could be appealed before then. In a 27-page decision dated Tuesday, Sharpe rejected arguments made by ...


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biwemple
December 13, 2012
11:52 a.m.

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Looks like John Cleese from Monty Python standing next to him

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