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Bruno lawyers seeking to block ‘prejudicial evidence’

Second trial for ex-GOP leader slated for May 5

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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Lawyers for former state Senate Majority Leader Joseph L. Bruno are seeking to limit the evidence that can be used against him at his second trial in U.S. District Court in Albany. Bruno, who was the Senate’s Republican majority leader from 1994 to 2008, is scheduled to go on trial May 5 before U.S. District Court Judge Gary L. Sharpe, who also presided at the first trial. In a pretrial motion filed late Monday, Bruno’s ...


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