Lessons Learned From The John Edwards Trial

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Read The Full Opinion Pieces

Gail Collins, New York Times, "Mr. Edwards And The Shrimp"
Adam Cohen, TIME Magazine, "The John Edwards Mistrial: What Went Wrong"
National Review, "The Questionable Prosecution Of John Edwards"
Alexandra Petri, Washington Post "The Real Joke Of The John Edwards Trial"
Dick Polman, Philadelphia Enquirer, "Americans Long Ago Reached A Verdict On John Edwards"
Salt Lake Tribune, "John Edwards: Not All Sins Are A Crime"

A federal judge declared a mistrial in the campaign finance case against former Sen. John Edwards. Since the trial, numerous writers and columnists have considered what we've learned about the former presidential candidate, political campaigns and ourselves through the weeks of uncomfortable testimony.

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