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The State of Supreme Court Jurisprudence On Public Corruption

In the past decade, each time the Supreme Court has taken certiorari in a public corruption case, the court has reversed trial convictions and limited the types of conduct that constitute a federal bribery offense.

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U.S. Senator Bob Menendez’s trial for bribery, fraud and corruption-related offenses could become yet another opportunity for the U.S. Supreme Court to further narrow federal anti‑corruption law. Indeed, in the past decade, each time the Supreme Court has taken certiorari in a public corruption case, the court has reversed trial convictions and limited the types of conduct that constitute a federal bribery offense.

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