Spanier Asks Court to Preserve His Bid to End Prosecution

, The Legal Intelligencer


Ex-Penn State University President Graham Spanier argued in a brief filed Monday that his bid to enjoin prosecution against him should not be barred from federal courts because he has alleged bad faith on the part of the prosecutors.

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