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House ethics panel deliberates Rangel case

WASHINGTON— Shortly after veteran Rep. Charles Rangel of New York walked out of his ethics trial in protest, a House panel began closed-door deliberations Monday on 13 counts of alleged financial and fundraising misconduct that could bring formal condemnation. Only ...

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Md. Jurors: No need for unanimity on means of sexual abuse

Jurors deliberating in a child sexual abuse case need not agree on the specific acts a defendant committed in order to find him or her guilty, Maryland’s top court unanimously ruled Tuesday. The jurors must only agree on the fact ...

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