Conviction of former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens set aside: So where does the Senator go to get his job back?
A federal judge set aside the conviction of former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens and appointed a special prosecutor to investigate possible criminal-contempt charges against federal prosecutors who the judge said repeatedly withheld evidence from defense attorneys.
U.S. District Court Judge Emmet G. Sullivan said, "In 25 years on the bench I have never seen anything approach the mishandling and misconduct I have seen in this case."
He appoined Wahington lawyer Henry Schuelke to investigate six prosecutors who handled the case. . . . .
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