Besides reinforcing New Jersey's corrupt image, the FBI's arrest of 44 officeholders, political operatives and rabbis two weeks ago is providing work for several of the state's well-known criminal defense lawyers. And as the investigation widened last week with the service of new subpoenas, the resignation of two mayors, the death of a suspect and punitive action against two assemblymen, some of the lawyers began hinting at defenses.
As N.J. Corruption Defendants Lawyer Up, Defense Strategies Start to Emerge
New Jersey Law Journal
August 3, 2009