The Federal Election Commission and a good-government group have come to the defense of the government’s criminal campaign contributions case against attorney Pierce O’Donnell.

In a brief filed on Wednesday with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the commission called a trial judge’s ruling throwing out most of the case “an absurd result” that “contradicts over thirty years of Commission and judicial interpretations.”

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