“There aren’t too many secrets in this case,” said Judge Robert Stoltz on Dec. 5. He was referring to the Dewey & LeBoeuf trial over which he presided. The multiyear effort to convict Steven Davis, Stephen DiCarmine and Joel Sanders produced a raft of acquittals on many charges and a hung jury on the more serious offenses in October.

Actually, there are two big secrets in the case, but no one is talking about them.

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