UD knew she’d love the Sheldon Silver trial. And this is only the first day.

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2 Responses to ““Molo also portrayed the case as a backhanded attack on New York legislative process, which he said allows elected officials to … profit from no-show employment.””

  1. Jeremy Bangs Says:

    “Humanizing his client with tales from his Lower East Side childhood and Yeshiva University education, Molo never denied that Silver accepted the payments that the government considers to be bribes and kickbacks.” Yeshiva University – very human.

  2. dmf Says:

    over on the left coast things more tragic than comic:

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