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  • "To find otherwise would be to disregard a Supreme Court precedent," Judge Robinson said of her ruling.

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  • U.S. Magistrate Judge Deborah Robinson said prosecutors hadn't proved beyond a preponderance of the evidence that the former mayor "willfully" failed to file his 2005 D.C. and federal tax returns on time.

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