Friday, March 18, 2011

Judge Denies Motion to Disqualify DOJ in Brown Case

The issue was raised here whether Lanny Breuer had a conflict in the James A. Brown case as his name appeared on the brief after he had recused himself. The government opposed defendant's motions to disqualify the DOJ and other motions related to this issue (see here). The court now has denied the appellant's motion to strike appellee's corrected brief, motion to disqualify all DOJ attorneys, motion to stay further proceedings, and motion for the appointment of an independent prosecutor. So it's much ado about nothing on this one.  The real issue, however, remains - was there a Brady violation in this case?  (see here

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