Terry Christensen, the lawyer who recently was convicted on federal wiretapping charges, should not get a new trial on the grounds that a federal judge removed a juror the day before the verdict was reached, according to court papers filed this month by federal prosecutors. Christensen, the former managing partner of what is now Glaser, Weil, Fink, Jacobs & Shapiro, in Los Angeles, was convicted in August on two counts of wiretapping charges.
Federal prosecutors oppose new trial for Christensen over removed juror
The National Law Journal
October 14, 2008
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