Dewey Defendants Say Prosecution's Deal With Witness 'Extraordinary'

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Two former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives facing retrial are urging a Manhattan judge for permission to cross-examine the lead witness for the prosecution about a new cooperation agreement, calling the deal "extraordinary circumstances" that directly bear on the defendants' rights.

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Originally appeared in print as Dewey Defendants Seek to Question Top Witness on Plea Deal

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