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In 2011, a federal judge in Washington scolded prosecutors for maneuvering that “effectively snookered” the defense lawyers in a groundbreaking foreign-bribery case in which charges were brought against more than 20 individuals arrested in a sting operation. The case ended in dismissals and not guilty verdicts.

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C. Ryan Barber

C. Ryan Barber, based in Washington, covers government affairs and regulatory compliance. Contact him at cbarber@alm.com. On Twitter: @cryanbarber

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