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In the Zacarias Moussaoui trial, prosecutors learned that prosecution co-counsel Carla Martin had been e-mailing expert witnesses for both sides, sending them trial transcripts and suggesting how they should testify, all of which violated a court order and rules of ethics. Assistant U.S. Attorney David Novak had the unenviable task of informing U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema of prosecutorial misconduct. Though Judge Brinkema applauded the prosecution for being forthcoming, she was very upset with Martin. 03.15.06

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