Circuit Orders New Trial After Finding 'Impropriety'

, New York Law Journal

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The panel found "evidentiary errors and prosecutorial misconduct infected every stage" of the first trial for an asbestos abatement company and two of its principals.

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Originally appeared in print as Circuit Reverses Conviction 'Infected' by Judge's Evidentiary Miscues, Prosecutor's Misconduct

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