Federal Judge Stays SEC Case Against Dewey Leaders

, New York Law Journal

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The D.A. argued that if the two defendants who are cooperating in the criminal case were deposed in the SEC suit and did not claim their Fifth Amendment privilege, "the other defendants would gain the unfair advantage of being able to conduct a test run of their cross examination in the criminal case."

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