Stevens Case Wreckage

According to this report, a lot of lawyers are dismayed over how the case against Sen. Ted Stevens was handled.

Most alarming to these lawyers was the prosecutors’ repeated failure to disclose information that might have helped the defense despite the sanctity in which lawyers are taught to hold those obligations.

In an example of the disarray of the government team, one F.B.I. agent said in an affidavit that as many as 30 boxes of unsorted evidence sat outside a prosecutor’s office as the trial was to begin.

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