D.C. Judges Weigh Rule to Curb Prosecutor Misconduct

Nearly seven years since the botched prosecution of the late Alaska senator Ted Stevens, federal judges in Washington are considering a rule that describes in detail for the first time the government's obligation to turn over evidence to defense lawyers.

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