'Computergate' Sentence for Ex-Rep Stands, Judges Rule

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The state Superior Court has upheld the four-to-12-year prison sentence handed to Brett O. Feese, the ex-counsel to the Republican caucus in the state House of Representatives, upon his conviction on charges stemming from the misuse of state resources in the "Computergate" scandal.

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  • SMKumar

    Computergate case/
    legal ethics/
    political humanities/
    commission of duty.

    Hail the Lord!

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