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"This involves the normal relationships between legislators and lobbyists and special interests," Zelizer said of the case against Menendez. "Harrison Williams got caught up in a special kind of case ... they were seeing how far legislators might go if tempted."
Julian E. Zelizer, a professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University, said the Menendez and Williams cases, which are among the 12 times a sitting senator has been indicted, are very different.