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ROBERT CARY AND BRENDAN SULLIVAN JR. | Williams & Connolly

WHITE-COLLAR DEFENSE

The National Law Journal

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The botched corruption prosecution of the late U.S. Sen. Ted Stevens was one of the Justice Department's darkest moments. The case failed because it emerged that prosecutors had played fast and loose with the rules — defense attorney Brendan Sullivan, whose other clients have included former Cendant Corp. Chairman Walter Forbes and Broadcom Corp. co-founder Henry Nicholas III, called it the worst case of prosecutorial misconduct he's seen in 42 years in practice.

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