Jenson lawyer: Swallow, Shurtleff have info that could clear client
Courts » He wants to call Swallow, Shurtleff to testify; prosecutor says no reason to delay trial.
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Marc Jenson, who is doing time on an unrelated fraud conviction, didn’t level accusations of extortion against the former attorneys general until 2013 — two years after charges were filed against him in the Mount Holly case.
Lawson, the only person charged in connection to the scandal thus far, faces counts of intimidating witnesses, evading taxes, obstructing justice and participating in a pattern of unlawful activity.
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