By: Meghann Cuniff
Jurors in the public corruption trial of longtime Los Angeles politician Mark Ridley-Thomas likely know by now that his alleged co-conspirator is prone to typos when emailing.
On Thursday, Ridley-Thomas’ lawyer pointed to that sloppiness as an explanation for an email that an FBI agent called “black and white” proof of a bribery scheme.
Is it possible that Marilyn Flynn, the longtime dean of the University of Southern California’s School of Social Work, meant to say a scholarship was “from” the school’s budget, not “for” the budget? asked Daralyn Durie, a partner with Morrison & Foerster LLP.
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