Appeals Court Tosses Corruption Case of NY’s Skelos

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A federal appeals court threw out the 2015 public-corruption conviction of former New York state Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, but prosecutors said they would retry the case, the Wall Street Journal reports. The move comes after Sheldon Silver, the former Democratic New York state Assembly Speaker, had his corruption conviction vacated in July. Prosecutors vowed to retry . . .

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