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September 28, 2005

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» Tom Delay indictment: charge bargaining in the fine print? from Brain Shavings
Norm Pattis at Crime & Federalism thinks House Majority Leader Tom Delay will plead guilty to the conspiracy charge filed against him today: So why am I so sure he'll... [Read More]

» Tom Delay indictment: charge bargaining in the fine print? from Brain Shavings
Norm Pattis at Crime & Federalism thinks House Majority Leader Tom Delay will plead guilty to the conspiracy charge filed against him today: So why am I so sure he'll... [Read More]

» Why Did Tom Delay Waive the Statute of Limitations?: from The Volokh Conspiracy
One puzzling aspect of Tom DeLay's indictment is that DeLay agreed to waive the statute of limitations applicable to the alleged offense. For the non-lawyers out there... [Read More]

» Why Did Tom Delay Waive the Statute of Limitations?: from The Volokh Conspiracy
One puzzling aspect of Tom DeLay's indictment is that DeLay agreed to waive the statute of limitations applicable to the alleged offense. For the non-lawyers out there... [Read More]

» Why did Tom DeLay waive the statute of limitations? from Inside Opinions: Legal Blogs
Upon hearing the news that Sen. Majority Leader Tom DeLay was indicted, Norm Pattis both asked -- and answered -- why DeLay waived the statute of limitations. Pattis writes: You heard it here first: Tom DeLay will plead guilty to [Read More]

» Houston's Kirkendall on DeLay's indictment: "Weak" from Inside Opinions: Legal Blogs
My e-mail account has received a steady stream of links from a number of you about the indictment of House Majority Leader Tom Delay, R-Texas, particularly in response to Norm Pattis' post about charge-bargaining. One such link is a post [Read More]

» Tom Delay's Explanation from The Rail
I believe that this waiver was the result of tough negotiations involving very skilled lawyers and experienced prosecutors. It was a negotiation that benefited BOTH parties. Ronnie Earle got an indictment of Tom Delay that was not cluttered by the deba... [Read More]

» The second DeLay indictment from Resonant Information
On Monday, Tom DeLay was issued a second indictment (PDF copy courtesy of the Jurist), this time for money laundering and conspiracy to commit money laundering (the first was for conspiracy to circumvent Texas campaign finance laws). The maximum penalty [Read More]

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