March 27, 2012 Special prosecutor Henry Schuelke, who earlier this month issued a blistering 500-page report about the Justice Department's actions, is due to testify.
March 15, 2012 In a blistering 500-page report released today a special prosecutor concludes that Justice Department lawyers "intentionally withheld" information that could have bolstered the Alaska Republican's defense during his 2008 trial on corruption charges.
November 21, 2011 A federal judge and special prosecutor have harsh words, however, for the government's lapses in evidence-sharing during Stevens' 2008 trial. Stevens was convicted, but while he was appealing the government dropped its case.
October 18, 2011 Edward P. Sullivan had been transferred out of the unit after the case against Sen. Ted Stevens fell apart. He's "been vindicated," his lawyer says.
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