Mar 052015
 
 March 5, 2015  Breaches, Misc

Brian Lyman reports:

In a filing Wednesday, an attorney for House Speaker Mike Hubbard accused state prosecutors of violating federal privacy laws and trying to prejudice the public by making dozens of emails between the Speaker and associates public.

Lawyers for Hubbard, indicted in October on 23 counts of using his public office for personal gain, also said the filing did not address their motion for a “more definitive” statement of the charges he faces.

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