Edwin J. Jacobs Jr. / Does Garden State really grow so many bad apples? - Press of Atlantic City: Corruption

Edwin J. Jacobs Jr. / Does Garden State really grow so many bad apples?

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Posted: Thursday, September 10, 2009 10:40 am

If you follow the state and national media, it sometimes does seem that the primary crop of the Garden State is corrupt politicians. As a criminal defense attorney, I have represented politicians charged with crimes as far north as Essex County and as far south as Cape May County. They have been prosecuted by county prosecutors, by the state attorney general and by the U.S. Attorney's Office. And, of course, I read about cases where I have not been engaged as counsel. All these cases fall into two general categories:

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