Prosecutors argue Stevens trial should stay in DC

The prosecutors in the case against Senator Ted Stevens say his trial should not be moved to Alaska.  In documents filed yesterday in US District Court, the government made its case to keep the trial in Washington, DC.  Alaska’s Senior Senator faces seven felony counts of lying on his financial disclosure statements about gifts he allegedly received from oil services company Veco.

Libby Casey – APRN – Washington, DC

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