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Menendez Case Continues

the corruption trial of U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez started in early September, and federal bribery charges threatened to end his career and put him in jail. But on Wednesday, After hearing testimony from Senate staffers, government bureaucrats, and private jet pilots, Judge William Walls indicated he may dismiss most of the 18 charges against Menendez. Prosecutors were unable to fully prove menedez explicitly promised to do something for his co-defendant, Salomon Melgen, in exchange for a gift or campaign contribution. Even so, Walls said he would not dismiss lesser charges that menendez filed false information by not listing private jet flights and hotel stays on his U.S. Senate financial disclosure forms.
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