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NJ Senator Menendez’s Corruption Trial: Delay Request Meets Prosecutorial Pushback

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NJ Senator Menendez's Corruption Trial: Delay Request Meets Prosecutorial Pushback

The impending corruption trial of New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez faces another wrinkle, as federal prosecutors seek to prevent a requested delay by the defense. Scheduled for May 6th, the trial against Menendez and his wife, Nadine, could now be pushed back to early July if Judge Sidney Stein grants the defense's motion.

Menendez's lawyers argue that the case's complexity warrants additional time for preparation. They cite the "voluminous" nature of discovery materials, exceeding 6.7 million documents, and the intricate nature of the alleged bribery conspiracy. Furthermore, they highlight the "unprecedented foreign-agent charge" leveled against. . .

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