Prosecutors and defense lawyers have now weighed in on the critical question facing a federal judge who will resentence disbarred defense lawyer Lynne Stewart: whether she perjured herself at her 2005 trial for providing material support to a terrorist conspiracy. Both sides have filed extensive sentencing materials with the judge, whose decision to give Stewart only 28 months for helping her imprisoned client communicate with the outlaw Islamic Group in Egypt was vacated as too light by the 2nd Circuit.
Perjury Charge Is Focus of Debate Over Lynne Stewart Resentencing
New York Law Journal
June 16, 2010