Among other things, he’s accused of telling an inexperienced prosecutor that he’d excluded evidence he should have admitted to see how she’d “handle it.” He’s also accused of harshly upbraiding attorneys, a bailiff and jurors in open court.
On Thursday the agency announced it would initiate a formal hearing before a panel of special masters.
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