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I. In Newark, NJ on July 29, 2010, A judge dropped all charges the chairman of a former democratic party in Bergen County. He was citing a recent ruling by the Supreme Court that narrows the law on the theft of “honest services.” The former party leader, Joseph A. Ferriero, who was convicted in October of conspiracy and mail fraud, beamed as Judge Stanley R. Chesler of United States District Court terminated the case against him. The Supreme Court
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Unformatted text preview: ruling came in a case involving Jeffrey K. Skilling, the former chief executive of Enron. II. I think it was a bad Idea to drop the charges because of Honest Service because they need to pay their debt to society and spend time in jail for their actions. Letting them slip away without getting jail time is just like sending them back into the street. They need to be kept in jail so they won’t commit another crime....
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