Thursday, December 11, 2008

How good is the case against Blago?

Posted By on 12.11.08 at 12:21 PM

Scott Turow, Jack Shafer, and Eugene Volokh weigh in. I'm way behind on this angle, but it's a fascinating topic. Related: Reaching back into the annals of Illinois governor corruption, here's a 2005 post from Albert Alschuler (then U. of C., now NU) asking whether the prosecution of George Ryan crossed the border into mail fraud/RICO statute abuse.

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