Why Bob McDonnell Came Up at Dean Skelos’ Sentencing


Todd Harrison, as a former prosecutor who has handled public corruption cases, cited “a factual distinction” between a former Virginia governor’s corruption conviction and that of the former New York Senate Majority Leader. The New York case involved “what seems to be a clear inappropriate benefit,” Mr. Harrison said, adding that the Virginia governor claimed “all he did was normal advocacy for his constituents.” Read the full article.