Civil Contempt Finding In Ted Stevens Case Was Proper, Lawyer Says

A federal appeals court should not disturb a trial judge’s finding that two prosecutors in the Ted Stevens case were in civil contempt for failing to timely disclose documents, according to Steven Goldblatt, the law professor appointed by the D.C. Circuit to represent the interests of U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan.

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