Invoking the movie “My Cousin Vinny” and the best-seller “Presumed Innocent,” attorneys for a bank are objecting to a federal government request to prohibit videotaping fraudster Scott Rothstein’s planned deposition.
Prosecutors cite security reasons to support their request but do not elaborate.
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