With questions about lobbyists’ influence over public officials rocking the nation’s capital, an en banc U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit is poised to address the reach of the federal statute that prevents government officials from accepting private gifts for performing official acts.

The result has potentially far-reaching implications for the federal work force and political corruption cases generally — and for the lawyers who defend or prosecute them.

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