Stanley Brand

former counsel to the US House of Representatives

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Former counsel to the House of Representatives under Speaker Tip O’Neill; criminal defense attorney in Washington, DC

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Scooter Libby has watched silently as prosecutor Paterick Fitzgerald has methodically presented a  perjury case  against him.

The Prosecution Rests Its Case in the Libby Trial

Scooter Libby has watched silently as prosecutor Paterick Fitzgerald has methodically presented a perjury case against him.

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