On a separate note, I observe that the lawyer for Trenton Mayor Tony Mack has been way too free with his comments to the news media. In my mind, there should be no comments regarding the status of plea negotiations (if any), or even the admission (if true) that plea discussions are even taking place. These comments imply or indicate some degree of guilt on the part of the client. I fail to see how such public statements serve the best interests of the client, even if he is a public figure as the mayor of Trenton, NJ.
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Thursday, December 6, 2012
Trenton Mayor Indicted
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