The Case of the Poisoned Mailbox

A love triangle has become a Supreme Court test of state versus federal authority.

, The National Law Journal

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Solicitor General Donald Verrilli, Jr.

One lesson from his client's experience, Clement said: "Don't mess with anybody's mailbox." Postal inspectors "have nothing else to do" but chase cases like this. "It is one of the worst exercises of prosecutorial discretion ever," he said.

Marcia Coyle can be contacted at mcoyle@alm.com.

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