Judge Dismisses Terrorism Charges Against Lawyer

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A federal judge throws out two terrorism counts against an American civil rights lawyer and two co-defendants, saying charges that they aided a terrorist organization were unconstitutionally vague. Lynne Stewart was accused of helping deliver messages from a client serving a life sentence for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Hear NPR's Robert Smith.



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