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Ryan Kelly, left, and Stephen Miller, right, of Cozen O'Connor. Ryan Kelly, left, and Stephen Miller, right, of Cozen O’Connor.

When does playing politics become criminal? Two lower courts in our area have held that there is a breaking point. In Kelly v. United States, the court must decide whether a public official who takes an official action motivated by political retribution violates federal fraud statutes.

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