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DO-OVERS – It’s back to the drawing board today in the trial of ex-Skadden partner Greg Craig, C. Ryan Barber reports. The criminal case against the former Obama White House counsel got off to a rocky start Tuesday after Craig’s lawyers objected to a jury selection that had played out largely behind closed doors. Judge Amy Berman Jackson, presiding over the case to determine whether Craig misled the DOJ about his work for Ukraine while he was at Skadden, said she would summon between 120 and 125 new jurors for questioning today. The remaining jurors from the initial pool of 70 were dismissed.

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