Category Archives: John Edwards
“No New Trial for John Edwards”
“Justice Department Is Dropping Case Against Edwards”
Carrie Johnson reports for NPR.
“Why criminal charges were brought against John Edwards remains unclear”
“After Edwards Trial, Much Returns to Normal, but Not All Is Set”
“Constitution Check: When is making a campaign contribution a crime?”
Lyle Denniston writes for the National Constitution Center.
“The Edward Trial: Wrong Theory, Wrong Case, Wrong Place”
Very interesting Main Justice report.
“John Edwards’ prosecution an uphill battle from the start”
This analysis will appear in the Los Angeles Times.
“John Edwards case shines light on hard-to-enforce campaign finance laws”
“Did Edwards Mistrial Open Door to More Secret Money?”
Political Wire considers.
“How the Edwards Prosecution Stumbled”
Must-read Gerstein, who also notes: “NBC reported Friday morning that jurors split 8-4 for Edwards on the unresolved campaign finance charges and that only one juror favored convicting Edwards on a charge that he caused the filing of false reports with the Federal Election Commission.”
“John Edwards campaign fraud case likely to be abandoned”
The Guardian (U.K.) reports.
“Edwards Case Shows How Complex Campaign Finance Law Can Be”
U.S. News reports.
WaPo on Edwards