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Judge denies Bruno motions

Evidence stays; trial days to be shortened

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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Just days before the start of his second federal trial, former state Senate Majority Leader Joseph L. Bruno lost his bid to keep certain evidence out of play. At a brief final pretrial conference Thursday, U.S. District Court Judge Gary L. Sharpe denied a motion by defense attorneys who wanted to block evidence concerning conduct on which Bruno was acquitted at his first trial in 2009. Sharpe also ruled against defense motions to keep new ...


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