How prosecutors Are Nabbed

Lardner, James
January 1977
New Republic;1/29/77, Vol. 176 Issue 5, p22
Examines the acquittal of Donald Robinson, assistant U.S. attorney on bribery charges. Facts of the case; Reason behind the acquittal of Robinson; Problems related to the conviction of a public official on a charge of corruption; Reference to a case called Sorrells v.U.S. in which the Supreme Court reversed the conviction of a North Carolina man for selling a half gallon of whiskey to a prohibition agent.


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