Why Troubled Federal Unit Lost Stevens Case

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The Washington Post dissects the many mistakes made by the Justice Department in the prosecution of former Sen. Ted Stevens (R-AK).  A primary one:  Prosecutors miscalculated by not seeking more time to prepare for trial, and fell victim to inexperience and thin staffing, which contributed to its alleged mishandling of witnesses and evidence. The newspaper cites
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