Subscribe to this topic via RSS or ATOM
Topic - John Shipley
No Stories Found
"For this now to come is an example is what we are concerned about. ... There have been different rules for how [defense attorneys] perceive it on that side," said prosecutor John Shipley, contending that the prosecution did not have an opportunity to prepare for the document's presentation.
For 35 years, The Washington Times has produced in-depth, award-winning reporting and hard-hitting commentary from the nation's capital. Presidents change and lawmakers come and go, but The Times is always here, and FREE online. We appreciate your loyalty. Please support our efforts.